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The Overlooked Child

I read today about a mom who took to social media to complain that


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It’s Christmas Time Again

It is hard to believe that 2018 only has one month left in it.  Didn’t we just celebrate New Year’s?  Of course, it is December and with that comes

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Following Politics Without Losing Your Religion

Hang in there and give thanks—it’s almost over. In just a few days we can get back to commercials with Gronk telling us


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The Way God Made You

I was getting my hair cut the other day and a woman across the aisle said,

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The Fruit of Distontent

I don’t know why I subject myself to it. It doesn’t make any sense. All it produces is frustration, discontent, and guilt. I try to stop myself, but eventually, inevitably, reluctantly, I give in (okay, maybe not reluctantly, but gimmie a break—I’m on a roll). Two to three times a year I

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Inspiration or Initiative

The other day I received an email from a lady who wants to schedule some yoga classes in our community clubhouse. At the bottom of the email, where you or I might say “Yours Truly or Sincerely, she wrote


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Becoming Like Little Children

     Have you ever been watching baseball and had a verse of Scripture reinforced as true? … Oh…. Well I don’t think I’mthe one who’s weird…. It involves two incidents


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The Importance of Attitude

The Importance of Attitude 

Philippians 2:14-15 

Florida resident Latreasa Goodman called 911 three times in one day. The emergency?


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Recognizing Mom

Ryder Haddock received an unexpected blessing in the mail a couple of months ago—his letter from the State of Michigan Unemployment Insurance Agency informing him that he has been approved for


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Honor To Whom Honor Is Due

Mike Kehoe is a New York City firefighter. He was one of the first responders to the call on September 11, 2001 and went to the World Trade Center to rescue lives. As people were rushing down the stairs


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