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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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Adopting God’s Idea of Love

Why is it we are so quick to adopt the worldly idea that love is hard and something that has to be constantly fought for? How often do we hear Christians say things like “marriage is hard” and “love is hard work”? Even though we know these statements are completely ...

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Advice for New Mothers

 As a new mom, the suggestions and recommendations on the best way to raise your child can be overwhelming or even mind numbing making a mother fearful or doubtful of her abilities.  Although it is natural to express concerns, especially since a baby does not come with an instruction manual, too much information ...

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They Waited And God Came Through

Faith still requires our allegiance today. (Hebrews 11:6)  Our wonderful God is at work in our lives even when we don’t see it, as was experienced by Walt and Annie in the early 2000s.  (Psalm 27:13-14) Walt was a country boy who loved talking to God. One particular day while ...

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I Don’t Want To Be An Orphan Any Longer

An orphan is a child without parental care and affection. To be orphaned means to be cut-off from the love, protection, and provisions a parent can provide. We all are born spiritually cut-off from our heavenly Father. Christ’s resurrection made it possible for us to not be orphans any longer. It ...

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