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How Far Should You Pursue the American Dream?

May I ask you a question? Is it ever okay to quit?  To let a dream die … just because you don’t want it anymore? A dream that was 30 years in the making? Is it alright to shut the door on a lifetime of perfecting your craft?   Can you walk away from ...

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Feeding a Child’s Personality and Not Their Behavior

We laugh. We comment, “Oh, he’s so cute when he does that!” Yet, when does the “cuteness” morph into a behavior and not a child’s personality? What is the difference between the two, if any? Personality is separate from a child’s behavior.   It is what makes each child unique. Their ...

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Hope for Hurting Parents of Prodigal Children

I will never forget the day my only child told me he “was gay.” I hit the floor, and I began weeping uncontrollably and hyper-ventilating. I felt I could not breathe. I had heard his words, but my mind began to think, “Where did I go wrong and how did ...

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And Your Desire Shall be for Your Husband

This world has taken the order that God created and skewed it so that everything is out of whack. “ … the creation was subjected to frustration, not by its own choice, but by the will of the one who subjected it, in hope that the creation itself will be liberated from ...

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