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Where Are You In This God?

The potential trials in life are numerous:  job losses, cancer, addictions, grief, losses, tragic accidents, and divorces–to name a few.  Suicide rates are at an all-time high; it ranks in the top ten causes of death in America.  Research indicates 90% or more of all illness has roots in mental ...

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The Prayer God Won’t Answer!

Most of us can honestly say that at some point in our Christian walk, we have asked God to remove a trial or suffering from our life.  We have done all we know to do to be obedient to God and follow His Word, yet troubles come–like raindrops hitting an ...

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The “Why?” that God Answered

When tragedy strikes, illness rises strong and bold, and dreams go unfound, we often ask “why?” Or more precisely, “why, God?” Sometimes our question reverberates off the walls of our broken hearts and is left unanswered. That’s when faith kicks in. Trust. Because we have no other choice. So we ...

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Our Hope: The Comfort of Christ

Within the span of an hour, I learned that two sisters-in-Christ lost loved ones this morning. One friend lost her 10-month-old daughter. Braelyn was born prematurely and with Downs syndrome. For most of the last year, their small family has lived in the hospital, praying for one more breath, afraid ...

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Dying of a Broken Heart

We all know the physical body is amazing—able to accomplish great feats and withstand immense trauma.  But did you know grief can kill a person? It is possible to die from a broken heart. Broken Heart Syndrome is a legitimate medical diagnosis.  Intense grief, trauma or fear can do more ...

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