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The Perfect Church

I used to think the perfect church would be one where everyone held similar views on faith and doctrine; where families held similar values and …

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Fear and Hope

There seems to be a growing fear and confusion in my church about the decline of Christianity in America. I’ve read the statistics. I continue …

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Till Death Do Us Part

Marriage is one of the greatest relationships in the world and any wise couple will plan ahead for this major event in their lives by …

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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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Gongs and Cymbals

Lately I have been doing a lot of walking and it has given me time to think and reflect on our world, God’s Word, and …

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Love’s Essence

Shiny boxes, chocolate-dipped strawberries, crimson roses—Valentine’s Day! I like to call it “Love Day” because I believe it shouldn’t just be limited to those in …

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The Gift of Ciara

Ciara was our first child, born during the lazy days of summer when hopes were high and dreams weaved themselves into the fabric of our …

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God’s Picnic

I have no pictures, except in my mind. We closed the door at 6:32 this morning, locked it, and began our daily two-mile walk. Even …

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The Relationship Factor

Most folks have never heard of Farrokh Bulsara. Most, though, have heard of Freddie Mercury, the superstar of the rock group Queen. By the time …

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Benevolence

Benevolence is a word that we seldom hear used today. It means that someone who is benevolent has a disposition to do good and to …

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