Starr Meade

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When you look at a young child’and especially your children or grandchildren’don't you just ache with the longing for them to have what's best and to be protected from all that might harm them? So, of course, you long for your children to understand the gospel and to respond to it in faith. While your […]

Starr Meade
Thursday, October 31st 2013

hen my children are grown, the one thing I hope they will take with them from our family is …" How would the average American parent answer that question? The answers would certainly vary, but how often do we hear a parent say, "I want my child to have learned piety in our family?" Would […]

Starr Meade
Wednesday, June 6th 2007

No doubt about it, the boy's life had been rough. In his ten years, he had known more suffering than the camp counselor had seen in her whole life. He was unable to live at home because of the regular abuse he suffered there. No wonder, then, that the counselor was looking for reasons to […]

Starr Meade
Wednesday, March 2nd 2005

“Modern Reformation has championed confessional Reformation theology in an anti-confessional and anti-theological age.”

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