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Tag Archives: Rich DuBose

What is Your Focus?

woman looking disillusioned

The two disciples walking the road to Emmaus were so overwhelmed with their loss of Jesus that they didn’t recognize that the “stranger” who joined …

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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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Not Religious Enough

Some of Jesus’ contemporaries complained that he wasn’t religious enough. On one occasion, the evidence cited to prove this was that Jesus didn’t fast like …

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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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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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Attitude of Gratitude

Bowl of soup

Dear God: This is the time of year that we think about earth’s harvest, good food, and being with family. Thanksgiving is the busiest travel day of …

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Help Me Wonder

Dear God: Sometimes I am so busy with work I forget how to be amazed! Nothing surprises me. Sunrises and sunsets are routine events that …

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Soul Bandits

Our days are filled with intrigue, wonder, and disaster–with moments of unfettered discovery and regret. Just when we think we have found life’s sweet spot, …

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Enough is Enough

Americans have been hoodwinked into believing that more is better than enough. In order for the economy to be healthy, we’re told that our markets …

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