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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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People Matter

If it weren’t for people, we wouldn’t be here. We came from people; were raised by them and have learned to identify certain ones as …

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I Can’t Skip It

Dear God: Sometimes I’m tempted to skip my time with you. Some days the calendar is so packed with things to do I’m tempted to …

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Word Construction

Jesus said a life well lived is one that is anchored on stable words. Human words are fraught with uncertainty and instability. Promises made today …

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