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Encouragement for Daily Living

5 Reminders from the Snow

5 Reminders from the Snow

Are you growing weary of winter? I sure am. My laptop screen is festooned with a picture of some beach, somewhere. It welcomes me each morning when I press the power button, and it’s the last thing I see before going home each evening…

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Join the Family

Join the Family

Jesus’ words didn’t always smell like roses. Actually, He was notorious for saying some very offensive things, especially to those with little love for God or God’s people. On one particular occasion…

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So, Christian, How Do We Change?

So, Christian, How Do We Change?

A Blast from the Past | It’s a windy, brisk morning atop Mount Carmel. The green valley below slowly peeks through the dense fog, barely visible from the mountain above. This mountain top may…

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Christmas is a Love Story

Christmas is a Love Story

You and I have something in common: we desire to love and be loved. This is what drives us to make the Netflix and Hallmark Channel choices we make. It’s what funds the online dating industry and fuels…

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Christmas Lights: A True Story

Christmas Lights: A True Story

Are you a Christmas light connoisseur? Do you trim your house with colorful bulbs or twinkling icicles each year? Does your holiday agenda include sightseeing local luminosities? Though my family and I haven’t yet…

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Why I Need Christmas

Why I Need Christmas

Well (sigh), what a year 2020 has been. A global pandemic, an election for the history books, a rush on grocery stores, online school, drive-by parties, and mask mandates. If you’re looking for Christmas…

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Why I Thank God for my Church

Why I Thank God for my Church

The Pilgrims came to America in search of religious freedom during the reign of King James I of England. Most were also known as “Puritans” because they wanted the Church of England to be…

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Do Guardian Angels Exist?

Do Guardian Angels Exist?

In 2001, my wife and I could have died. Well, we may never know for sure, but the odds were high. Here’s the story… As newlyweds, we delivered newspapers during our senior year of college. Each morning at 3 AM…

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3 Tips to Thrive in This Political Season

3 Tips to Thrive in This Political Season

The week ahead may be the most stressful season—politically speaking—that most of us have ever seen. I can’t recall an election in my lifetime with more anxiety on both sides of the aisle. The American Psychological Association recently posted…

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