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Stuck at the Crossroads and Going Nowhere? Follow Jesus

When I first converted to Christianity I spent a lot of time reading the Bible, reading theology, listening to preachers and praying, but the one question I kept asking I did not get a clear answer to. After accepting Jesus as Lord and savior and after baptism, what then? I ...

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Living in The Real Empty Nest

When my daughter went off the college in a town two hours from home, I identified this time as having an empty nest. The first time I saw my aunt and cousin, they rushed to ask me how I liked having an empty nest. I said, “I like it.” To ...

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What is the Responsible Love Christ Requires?

I look at the refugee crisis going on in the Western World and the response from Christians has me asking the question: Are we children of God or are we “free love flower children”? Have we become so drunk on the idea of doing good works so that we do ...

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Can you be “A Good Samaritan” Anymore?

 My sister calls me the “Photo Nazi”.   Embarrassingly, a title I have rightly earned. More than a few times my fit has been the source of our family’s entertainment as I try to capture my girls’ childhood from behind my camera’s lens. I love to set up, take pictures just to get the perfect shot. ...

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5 Questions Atheists Tend to Ask, Part 1

In Romans 12 we read that in the body of Christ there are many members each with their own special function. At this point in time, God has me rising up to the challenges from atheists. The Holy Spirit has placed within me a strong desire to seek out those ...

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