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Part 2: A Purposeful Blessing

In my last post, I stressed the importance of speaking a blessing, on purpose, into the lives, or over the lives of your loved ones.  God is quite specific about the importance of blessing others.  Everyone, deep down, loves to hear–out loud–good things about themselves or positive things we believe ...

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It’s All About How You Handle Stress

What would life be like if we had no stress?  I won’t kid, it sounds pretty good to me.  No challenges, no heartaches, no crisis, no emergencies, no tough choices, no hassles.  Sign me up! What is stress? Stress is (technically, according to Webster’s):a state of mental tension and worry caused ...

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Is God Ever Late?

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Life’s most critical moments—the ones that have you on your hands and knees, desperately calling on the Father—can lead you to believe that God is indifferent. Calloused. Tragically late. You prayed for healing. But it hasn’t come. You prayed for a mended marriage. But it hasn’t happened. You prayed for ...

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Teens: How to Cope with Anxiety

These days it seems everyone is wound a little tight—even teens. With an infinitely long list of homework, sports schedules squeezed just a little too tight and mounting pressure to fit in at school, it isn’t any wonder why your heart and mind are stressed. Stress and anxiety are natural. ...

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The Agony of Alone

I remember when I was in my early 20s and finally lived on my own for the first time.  My apartment was less than 300 square feet, and though I loved the idea of my new independence, there seemed nothing more painful than the hollow echo of solitude.  I came home everyday after work ...

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