Author Archives: Brent Juliot

No Regrets!

The old man was speaking Nynorsk. As a relative translated for us, this Norwegian Christian man described something that had happened decades ago in his small village. He told of a former prest (pastor) of the local congregation, a man for whom he had great respect. This prest felt a growing concern about the issue

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Why Suffer?

Life can be difficult, and it often is. Some of the stories inside this Faith & Fellowship present real-life trials that some of God’s people have experienced. Reading about them, we cannot help but wrestle with the question: What is the point of suffering? There’s no 400-word answer to that. In fact, no complete answer

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An Undeserved Gift

Immediately after preaching at a community worship service sponsored by our local Evangelical Pastors Fellowship, I was approached by a friend who was a veteran pastor in another denomination. “I enjoyed the message, but you really had me worried for a while there,” he said. “I couldn’t see where you were going with it, but

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Scot-Free

I was Joe Cool. With a newly minted provisional driver’s license in my pocket, I drove my dad’s 1974 Chevy El Camino around town—the envy, I assumed, of all my friends. One fateful summer evening, Joe Cool cruised up the driveway through the open garage door, and mistakenly hit the accelerator instead of the brake

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