You say/God says: Five biblical responses to lies we tell ourselves

You Say/God Says: Five Biblical Responses to Lies We Tell Ourselves

     Sometimes, we struggle to see ourselves in the light of truth. We look in the mirror and see someone there that lacks value, isn’t beautiful, or seems unforgivable. Satan whispers lies in our ears about the person we used to be, not the person we are now. Let’s take some of those common lies that we repeat to ourselves and

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Cloak or character

Cloak or Character?

“One day he (Joseph) went into the house to attend to his duties, and none of the household servants was inside.12 She (Potiphar’s wife) caught him by his cloak and said, “Come to bed with me!” But he left his cloak in her hand and ran out of the house.”  Genesis 39:11-12  Charles Spurgeon stated these words, “I had better

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Important Camp update: Summer 2020

Important Summer 2020 Announcement and COVID-19 Update

Valued Guests,  As you know, we have been monitoring the COVID-19 situation very carefully. While planning for this summer, we have considered a multitude of factors, including government restrictions, the health and safety of our guests, students, and staff, and our ability to physically prepare for camp amongst all of the current restrictions. It is hard to imagine, we have gone

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Family smiling

Meet the Alumnus – Elizabeth Condado

What is your name, where are you from, and can you tell us about your family?  My name is Elizabeth Condado. I am from Grand Rapids, Michigan. I graduated from my 2nd year of WOL in 2014. In 2015 I went to the Philippines through the Cross Cultural Internship and met my husband there. We have a 1 year old

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The gospel is not on pause

The Gospel is Not on Pause

At first blush, the combination of stay-at-home mandates, social separation, and masked faces make sharing the gospel right now seem impossible. Where do you go from here? The believers at Philippi struggled with similar questions as the Apostle Paul entered two years under house arrest. With the early church’s best gospel preacher sidelined, evangelistic ministry appeared out of reach. But

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courage to face our fears

Courage to Face Our Fears

Did you know that the most common command in the Bible is “fear not”? This command especially speaks into those types of anxieties and worries that are out of our control. God knows we need to be regularly reminded of this–  especially with all of the extraordinary things that have been happening these past few weeks. What a scary place

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pray for alumni in healthcare

Pray for Alumni in Healthcare

Word of Life Bible Institute Alumni are serving all over the world in a variety of healthcare settings. We believe that it is extremely important to pray for our brothers and sisters working in the healthcare field. We’ve gathered some prayer requests from other Alumni so that you can join us in praying for those who are serving in the

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important imformation from the word of life bible institute regarding coronavirus

Important Information regarding (COVID-19)

April 3, 2020 UPDATE Dear Student and Parents,   I hope this email finds you safe and healthy. I am reminded of Psalm 46:1-3, which says,   God is our refuge and strength, an ever-present help in trouble. Therefore, we will not fear, though the earth gives way and the mountains fall into the heart of the sea, though its waters roar and foam and the mountains

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