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I Think We Hit the Wrong Note–Music in Church

My daughter recently sent me a text message while she was attending a church service with a friend.   She was so simple and yet so profound.  The text said ” Mom, I love the music here.  We sang ‘Victory in Jesus’ just like with Poppy.” Now, let me give you ...

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What Kind of Husband Are You?

Remember the story of Goldilocks? She was the girl who stumbled upon three bowls of porridge; one was too hot, the other too cold, and one which was just right. Don’t be too surprised that this same description can be applied to the type of husband you are. I’ll explain. ...

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The Church That Overcomes Hell’s Gates

Church is an emotionally loaded word for many.  For some, it pulls forth feelings of inadequacy–of not measuring up.  For others, it engenders “ought to do” feelings: the doing sometimes creates pride and other times produces failure.  Church speaks to others of “Sunday best” and plastic facades that are left ...

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Work/Life Balance: Putting It into Perspective

“Tired Little Woman In Search of Work/Life Balance: Seeking Calm in the Midst of a Storm.” That line could very well be the intro of a personal ad written from my weary little soul to “the balanced, carefree life” I long to live. As a mother of two with a ...

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God’s Superior Power: Recovering Aaron’s Rod

I wrote previously that there are two sources of supernatural power. I used the example of Moses and Aaron facing off with the magicians of Egypt in Exodus 7 to demonstrate that both God and the devil can give supernatural power to people. When Aaron threw his rod to the ...

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