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Christianity Magazine: September/October, 1998: Lord of the Impossible
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Christianity Magazine: September/October, 1998: Lord of the Impossible

Christianity Magazine 1998

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Christianity Magazine provides scriptural, practical, resonant, and inspiring articles that will build faith and hope. Along with its regular monthly columns, each issue spotlights a different theme and features a variety of voices from trusted Christian leaders.

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Key Features

  • Includes practical insight into living a whole and God-centered life
  • Offers clear and thought provoking pieces that fully engage the reader in their themes.
  • Encourages daily living for Christ


  • “Humble Yourselves” by Sewell Hall
  • “The Danger of Creedal Thinking” by Ed Harrell
  • “The Problem of Evil” by Don Moyer
  • “Abraham: A Man of Practical Faith” by Ira Lynn
  • “David: A Giant of Faith” by Tony Ripley
  • “Every Man Stood His Place” by Robert Harkrider
  • “In Praise of Godly Women” by Paul Earnhart
  • “Hannah: A Faith That Embraced Sacrifice” by Arline Harkrider
  • and much more!

Product Details

  • Title: Christianity Magazine: September/October, 1998: Lord of the Impossible
  • Editor: Randy Harshbarger
  • Publication Date: 1998
  • Pages: 40

About Randy Harshbarger

Randy Harshbarger is a speaker and writer, and an evangelist for the Stallings Drive Church of Christ in Nacogdoches, Texas.