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Rich DuBose

is director of Church Support Services for the Pacific Union Conference.

Broken

Sometimes we know about their brokenness before they’re exposed to the blinding reality of our dysfunctions. There in the maternity ward with their little wrinkled noses …

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Remember

The ability to remember is powerful. Think what it would be like if we couldn’t. Years ago I had an early Radio Shack computer that …

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Who Cares?

Is the world better off because I’m in it? Is it better off because I am a Christian? Is my family, church and community better …

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A Different Debt

Typically we view debt as a negative thing. If we owe money on a credit card, or have a balance on a car or school …

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The Irreverent Christian

I think I’ve finally identified what’s missing among many who claim to follow Christ. For months I’ve had this nagging perception that much of what …

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My Only Hope

I have done a lot of bad things. Before I met Jesus I stole money that wasn’t mine, told lies, and ran away from home. …

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It’s Complicated

Have you ever felt this way about your life? About your family? Maybe about your marriage? Life in the Twenty First Century is complicated. Just …

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Faith By Numbers

A paint-by-numbers approach to religion may seem like a wise course. There’s no guessing where to “paint” or what “colors” to use. Everything is spelled …

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The Joy of God

Imagine waking up to a day where the future is unknown—where the struggle to survive is intense and the odds are against you? Imagine if …

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Make Us Great Again

Peter and his fellow disciples wanted to script Jesus’ mission. Their goal was to have an “earthly” Messiah who would pulverize the Romans, miraculously feed …

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