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Anchor Points

Rich DuBose explores questions and thoughts about life’s purpose and meaning.

The Kiss of Betrayal

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All kisses are not equal. Some are a form of friendly greeting, while others take a more passionate and sexual route. Beyond this things get …

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Mind Poison

Social media is a powerful thing for good or ill. I’m using the term loosely because in this context it refers to more than Facebook, …

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What’s in Your Heart?

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What’s in your heart? From a distance I watch Social Media’s pyrotechnics, the flash-bang vitriol, the adamant statements, the judging, and foul exchanges; of people …

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Overwhelmed by Life

J esus gave the disciples a glimpse into the future and they were overwhelmed. Namely because it didn’t square with their view of the universe. …

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I’m Happy With Enough

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How much food, stuff, and money do we really need? Hoarding and stockpiling wealth is obscene in a world of horrific need and poverty. I’m …

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Occupied

You’ve undoubtedly heard the phrase, “squatter’s rights.” Sometimes having an occupied spot entitles you to the benefits of legitimate ownership. This was true for the …

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Christians Today

The people I fear most are not secularists or atheists who have little use for God, or liberal politicians who have a laissez-faire attitude about …

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Jews and Gentiles

The level of prejudice in the church is disheartening, if not astounding. It goes way back and is not just a recent thing. When the …

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