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Living Life on Lockdown

Living Life on Lockdown

 

      Let’s just be honest—having everything shut down stinks. As I write this,


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The Fire And The Flood

The Fire and the Flood

Isaiah 43:2

In August 1955, over a period of just a few days,


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How’s Your Depth Perception

How’s Your Depth Perception?
 

I learned an interesting and expensive physiological lesson this past week

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I’m So Lonesome

I’m So Lonesome
Psalm 68:6a
 
On the way home this past week I had my iTunes on shuffle when

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The Area of Trust

I don’t know about you, but I often have an issue with


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I Love You Even Though

How many times have you seen


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Peace On Earth

Peace on Earth
 

     “Peace on earth, goodwill to men.” We hear that verse from Luke 2 a lot this time of year. We even sing about it. One favorite Christmas Hymn says,


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The Story of Christmas

The Story of Christmas

 

As soon as Thanksgiving is over, we will


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Thankful In Everything

Thankful in Everything

 

Virginia Basketball coach Tony Bennett has built his national championship program on


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I Already Have Everything

I Already Have Everything 

When Erma Bombeck was facing her own battle with


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Seeing Things Clearly

Seeing Things Clearly

 

Even after years of being in Celebrate Recovery, it’s been hard to admit


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Going Through The Process

Going Through The Process

1 Chronicles 16:11

 

In 1998, Kobe Bryant of the Los Angeles Lakers, arguably one of the best NBA players of his day,


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The Right Way and the Wrong Way

I know I’m a stickler for being early. To me, fifteen minutes early is on time. Five minutes early is late. On time is WAY late. Celebrate Recovery has

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Repairers With Creation

Just before graduating from college in 1951, Fred Rogers


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The Death of Civility

The level of civility in our culture is dropping like a rock. Whether it’s

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