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Is Your Marriage Facing Love’s Great Fall?

According to the US Census Bureau and the American Psychological Association, 40 to 50 percent of all marriages end in divorce. The reason most given is—irreconcilable differences. This means whatever the problems that this life brought to them, they could not find a way to solve them together. The overwhelming ...

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God’s Love Can Bring An End To Prejudice

As  we enter  a new era of leadership in America we are also seeing a time of racial, moral, and religious prejudice. Racial tension is running high. Morality has become based upon personal choice rather than absolute truth. Religious persuasions have too often succumbed to political correctness. A new word ...

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Why Rejection Wounds So Deeply

Rejection “speaks” loudly, it says, “You are not good enough to be accepted.” Rejection attacks the very person that we are, and destroys our self-esteem. We were all created to be loved, accepted and to belong. Many who have experienced rejection in early childhood continue to battle with rejection in ...

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Never Deal With Difficult People Again

Let’s talk about difficult people. Know any? Everyone does and if you don’t, let me tell you, you’re the only person in the world. I say that with all due respect. Just this morning, I was mulling over the difficult people in my life, struggling with the ever niggling “what ...

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On Marriage, In Sickness and In Health

In June, I will celebrate my second anniversary with my wonderful, loving, devoted husband.  In two short years of marriage, large trials have loomed before us, and it is by the grace of God that we have weathered them all. At the start of 2016, we welcomed our beautiful daughter to ...

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