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Chosen For Such a Time as This

Esther 4:14 is one of my favorite Scriptures of encouragement, hope and purpose. Esther was raised up from a lowly peasant girl, a nobody, to a queen. All that she could ever hope for and imagine was at her fingertips. She had it all. Then one day, the tables were ...

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Two Options: Faith or Fear

Security, a sense of safety, is a basic need.  Even secular psychology recognizes this fundamental, biblical truth.  In fact, our human minds have only two default pathways to choose: faith or fear.  The path of fear leads to captivity and death.  The path of faith leads to hope and life.  ...

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We Are God’s Reflection

If you have an extremity amputated, are you still you? If you have both breasts removed in a fight for your life, are you still you?  What exactly are we human beings made up of? There are many opinions and debates about whether or not we are the result of billions of years ...

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When Parents Split: Death and Divorce

My parents split, but not in the way you might think.  One died from cancer when I was 5-years-old.  The other died of a heart attack when I was 21-years-old. I thought nothing could have been worse than my mom and dad dying.  I know comparing pain is pointless, because heartache is heartache, yet I ...

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Walking The Hard, Narrow Road

There’s an old saying: “If it were easy, everyone would do it.” The walk of Christian faith is not a leisure stroll through serene territory. Often, it is a challenging trek through some of the most rugged self-imposed terrain imaginable. I say self-imposed, because Jesus often guides us through the ...

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