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What You say to yourself matters!

Who hasn’t experienced negative self-talk? Years ago, a knowledgeable guide delighted our group of moms and kids on a field trip to a local historic site. But I sensed her emptiness and wanted to talk to her about the Lord.

Need A lifeline?

My mom suffered an exceptionally awful day when we moved her from independent to assisted living. Like many people with dementia experiencing a change, she defiantly cussed, yelled, and got physically aggressive. Her pupils grew constricted, and the sparkle that

Be bold! Be confident! Have faith in God!

Be Bold. The words looped in my brain throughout the early morning. Driving to work, I sang them over and over. Be Bold. In our world today, fear is rampant. And sometimes with good reason. Check out any number of

Don’t understand? God does, He’s guiding you!

A friend once told me a story of a broken engagement. She explained that her initial reaction was to ask, “Why did God allow this to happen to me? What did I do wrong?” It has been years since the

Hold on! The Story isn’t over! There’s More!

God places value in our journey and the discovery of age-old truths that are vibrant and life-changing for us here in our specific new season.  For God is working in you, giving you the desire and the power to do

Tired of Suffering?

A man came to his pastor and said, “Pastor, would you please pray that God will give me patience?” Two weeks later, he returned and said, “Good grief, Pastor! Terrible things are happening to me. My life’s coming unglued.” “Well,”

Want to improve YOUR life? Read the Bible!

Question: I’m a new Christian, and I want to learn more from the Bible. I have an old Bible that belonged to my grandmother, and it’s difficult to understand. Where do I begin? How can I get more out of

Made to Be Complements

In the Lord, we are called to complement, complete, and bless each other so that each can be what she or he is created by God and re-created in Jesus to become! The woman was made of a rib of

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