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In a world filled with reading choices, why consider subscribing to Faith for Living with Dr. Michael A. Milton? Well, let’s see. We’ll try to keep it concise:

1. Priorities: Do your reading priorities align with a blend of Biblical Christianity and real-world issues expressed through creative writing? If so, we're a good match.

2. Need: Are your current reading choices meeting your goals? If you're seeking a different take on Christian living in today's secular age, we're here for you.

3. Variety: Our content isn't about boasting or imposing our views. It's about reflecting on Christian living, respecting diverse perspectives within the body of Christ, and engaging with great thinkers of the ages. It's called “cooperation without compromise.” And we want to practice that virtue with biblical fidelity and Christian charity.

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In His service,

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