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  • Upcoming ReFrame Campaigns: Inviting Media Users to See God’s Story in Their Lives

    Upcoming ReFrame Campaigns: Inviting Media Users to See God’s Story in Their Lives Over the past two years, we have run several successful campaigns that have introduced thousands of new users to our ReFrame family of programs. The “Focus on the Cross” Lent campaign, earlier this year, added nearly 12,000 new subscribers to the Today daily email. More than 8,000 subscribed to Groundwork to receive the "Seven Deadly Sins" teaching series and study guide. Since just September, Family Fire now walks beside more than 3,000 additional readers through the "Forgiveness Fundamentals" campaign that’s still going strong. Now, near the end of 2016, we’re poised to close the year…
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  • The Story of Ron: Becoming More Holy

    • Chris Hunt
    • Today
    • 10/24/16
    The Story of Ron: Becoming More Holy In September 2016, our Today daily devotional ran a very unique series of devotions titled “Becoming More Holy: the Story of Ron,” written by Rev. Keith Mannes. While Today authors typically develop a theme throughout the month—such as the names of God, the harvest, or gratitude, to name a few—Mannes stepped out of the general pattern to present ideas about sanctification by telling a story of some of his friends, and one man in particular, Ron. Day-by-day, devotion-by-devotion, in a remarkably personal and familiar way, Mannes illustrates God’s transformation, over years, of a man Mannes…
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  • The Power of Forgiveness

    The Power of Forgiveness At some point in your life, you’ve had to forgive someone. A negligent barb hit its mark and replays, ad nauseum, in your mind. Perhaps you’ve suffered a deeper wound caused by someone’s abuse, abandonment, or assault. The ache of such an injury can linger for years, even a lifetime. Actually forgiving someone can be one of the most difficult things to do in your life. But, it’s through forgiveness that God heals our deepest wounds, and frees us from our anger, hate, self-pity, and self-contempt. But, what does forgiveness really look like? That’s a question…
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  • Transitions at Church Juice

    Transitions at Church Juice Someone once said, “Change is like a freight train; you can either jump on or get hit.” One big change is rolling through ReFrame Media. Church Juice founder and project lead, Jerod Clark, has transitioned away to a senior communications role at another non-profit organization. We miss him greatly. Jerod joined Back to God in 2007 and played a key role in reshaping the English language ministry into ReFrame Media. Jerod was involved in some way in the development of every program to join the ReFrame family. The team had an idea that the local…
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  • No Such Thing as Secular

    No Such Thing as Secular Doug Vande Griend of Salem, OR became a follower of Think Christian because of the ministry’s tagline, “no such thing as secular.” “I’ve believed that all my adult life,” says the 61-year-old lawyer. “In fact, back in 1979, I submitted my third year thesis for law school based on the idea contained in those words.” A Northwest Iowa native, Vande Griend and his wife Carla settled in Salem following law school, in part because he saw the area as a place where the broader Gospel witness was needed in law, but also in that community in general.…
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