Sunday Morning Sermon – It Ain’t Over
Darrell Vesterfelt
By Darrell Vesterfelt

Imagine doctors tell you that you have only two to five years to live. Many of us would respond exactly how Ed initially responded to this unfortunate news — he wanted to give up. But thanks to a call from an unlikely friend, Ed decided his life was worth living, no matter the time frame or difficulties he may face.

I had the opportunity to hear Ed speak just over two years ago at a conference in Chicago, and when I heard his perspective, I couldn’t help but feel moved to take advantage of every day, week, and year I am privileged to be alive. Life is precious, and we never know when it will end.

The Best Viral Videos We Found This Week
Tim Schurrer
By Tim Schurrer

The courageous story of John Shear won the community vote last week. What about this week?

This Is How Ordinary People Change The World
Justin Zoradi
By Justin Zoradi

Largely unnoticed in European history books is the tiny French village of Le Chambon. Mountainous, impoverished, and easily overlooked, the small town of Le Chambon represents a miracle of compassion.

During the four years of the German occupation of France in the 1940’s, this sleepy town assisted nearly five thousand Jews, most of them children, to navigate Nazi-occupied France into neutral Switzerland. Under the leadership of a local minister named Andre Trocme, hundreds of ordinary Chambonnais risked certain death to rescue, house, and forge identities for the Jewish refugees of World War II.