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Clarissa Worley Sproul

writes from the Pacific Northwest.

Passing Judgment

We are so prone to judge, we seem unable to help ourselves. Since I first discovered this in my own life, I have made it …

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Worth the Pain

Ok, I hate getting stopped by cops. Who doesn’t? I’m not a speeder, yet I’ve had plenty of tickets. Proof of this lies in the …

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Owning Your Talk

Have you ever wondered why people will not hear what you have to say? Especially the difficult or deeply meaningful stuff about God and the …

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Heartbreak Hotel

A dear colleague of mine is in a tough spot. She has a close friend whose making some really poor choices and can’t seem to …

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Wisdom From the Gym

The happy pill I take each day is at my local gym. The older I get, the less I can do without it. Thanks to Bill Phillips …

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My Journey Out

I write music; always have. Since I was four years old and teaching my sisters the lyrics to my first hit, “sister came and popped …

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Before You Crash

Every time I’m asked why I won’t use my Saturdays to mow the lawn or spring clean my house, I get happy. One of the …

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Sweet Revenge

There is no doubt in my mind that revenge, for all of us, to some degree, feels very, very nice. I am sure it has …

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