Sunday, January 26 2020 - 2:53 PM

Life Applications

Stuck In Atlanta

Jesus had a special relationship with his Father. Throughout his earthly sojourn he had the assurance of God’s presence and favor, and he spent long …

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A Soup Kitchen Surprise

The pungent odor of sweaty bodies and pre-cooked food greeted me as I walked in. Enormous pots bubbled with soup, and pre-cut salad fixings lined …

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Is Anybody Having Fun Yet?

I’m quite fed up with our culture. Where’s all the fun? Sure there’s video games to keep you wiggling your thumbs 24-7, movies to watch around …

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The Mayonnaise Jar

I do not enjoy reading but fortunately for me, my wife Linda, and my daughter, DeAnne, do. They both know I love illustrations and when …

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Growing in Grace

growing in grace

Growing In Grace Not-yet-baked cakes have given me a lesson in growing in grace. As a kid was tempted to open the oven early–which can …

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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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Babylon is Fallen

This cryptic statement is as mysterious as it is prophetic. Who is Babylon, and how did it fall? The word “Babylon” comes from the name …

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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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What Makes A Great Leader?

Models and theories on leadership are as numerous as they are varied in their approaches. While research on what defines an effective leader has been …

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Room for Wonder

“Often I encounter religious folks who seem like they have everything figured out. I don’t mean their lives are working perfectly; I just mean that …

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