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The Caravan – A Crisis In The Making?

The caravan has begun to arrive at Tijuana, the Mexico town just across the border from San Diego. People are being provided temporary shelter at a gymnasium and sports complex. At the same time some locals are yelling, “Go home. We don’t want you here.” What is next? We will ...

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Is There a ‘Cure’ For Health Care?

I don’t pretend to know all there is to know about the health care, or insurance industries. I do know enough to know that it’s confusing and I would prefer to not deal with the whole process. Neither, however, can I accept that a little common sense and fiscal responsibility, ...

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Just Let It Go: Have a Heart That Forgives

Have you ever had someone tell you, when you’re in the midst of complaining about the person who wronged you, “Just let it go.” “But you don’t know what he did to me!” you say. Or maybe it’s, “You don’t understand how humiliated I was when she said that in front of ...

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The Tension and Burdens of God’s Saints

The man or woman fervently seeking after God’s heart experiences a life not just of joy and peace but also a life laden with burdens for others. God’s saints experience a tug of war happening in their spirit, being stuck between the longing to leave behind our sin-cursed world to ...

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