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TO OUR READERS
From movies like Twister and related documentary spinoffs to news reports on the effects of floodwaters in the northern United States and southern Canada, weather has been in the spotlight. Feelings of helplessness often accompany the response both to natural disasters and to other threats—such as the fear of ultraviolet radiation from the sun.
While such feelings may argue that all we can do is give in, you'll find a very different perspective in this week's focus—one that is backed up by specific examples of what prayer can do when disaster strikes. "How Spirit dissipated the storm" offers two examples—one a flood, the other a tornado—that show God's power to help in time of need. "'The radiation of Spirit'" probes some of the fears associated with exposure to the sun, and offers a healing antidote.
TO OUR READERS
How Spirit dissipated the storm
Lynn G. Jackson
"The radiation of Spirit"
Is matter as solid as it looks?
Bernice Holly Higgins
Loving our family
Anne M. Morin
with contributions from Mark Nager, Terry Nager, Natalie Jamerson, Whitney Schlismann
Robert E. Norris
But what about evil?
Lynn Allison Hofflund
A sweet presence in the home
Barbara M. Vining
Some years ago, I was invited to speak to a group on a Bible...
Russell L. Luerssen
I had walked around the kitchen floor barefoot after a glass had...
Leah Petersen with contributions from Cheryl Petersen