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We’ve all heard the expression “April showers bring May flowers.” Often, there’s hidden truth to common sayings like these. Right now, it may seem like we are stuck in an “April shower,” a time of disappointment or confusion, while we patiently wait for “May flowers” to bloom and produce a sense of hope and refreshment. 

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Peek outside and you’ll see a small glimpse into the marvelous beauty of God. As our Creator, His hand molds each giant mountain and crafts every fragile flower. He is full of innovation and intentionality, and His creation is evidence of this. 

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When we think about what happened on Good Friday many, many years ago, it’s often through a lense of gloom and extreme suffering. Then, why do we call it Good Friday? Why is a day marked by death and despair now referred to with a word that means the opposite? 

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When we think about what happened on Good Friday many, many years ago, it’s often through a lense of gloom and extreme suffering. Then, why do we call it Good Friday? Why is a day marked by death and despair now referred to with a word that means the opposite? 

As spring begins and the trees begin to recover from the winter months, the newness of life is one that can be compared to our lives once we are in Christ. Every winter the trees and plants begin to die. But soon the rain comes and the weather warms up, the plants and trees begin to blossom and come back to life.  

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Isn’t it hard to believe that in just a few days we’ll be entering a new decade?

Christmas is only a few days away! Each year during the holiday season, Kanakuk President Joe White shares a Christmas poem as a beautiful reminder of the true reason for the Christmas holiday. Enjoy this year's poem, as you prepare to spend time with friends and family next week. We wish our entire Kanakuk family a wonderfully Merry Christmas!

We’re entering the season of Advent! As Believers, this season brings hope and celebration, as we pause to remember the miraculous arrival of Jesus. Although the holidays get busy, it’s important to pause and remember the eternal impact of our Savior’s coming.

 

A servant’s heart is selfless and gives freely, despite a culture that encourages pride and selfishness.

Intentional gratitude is always top-of-mind this time of year, with Thanksgiving quickly approaching. With the hustle and bustle of life, it’s often easy to forget that expressing gratitude applies to all seasons of our lives. As believers, we are called to be grateful in all situations and to live with the joy of the Lord. 

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