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The Victory and Hope of a Life Reborn

The arrival of spring is heartily welcomed in Minnesota where winter lingers for almost a half-year. The two-parted whistles from male Northern Cardinals is often heard in the early spring. While lifting my head up to search for the birds, I cheerfully found little buds springing from the tip of ...

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Playing to the Crowds

“All the world’s a stage, And all the men and women merely players … ” William Shakespeare wasn’t the first to observe the human behavior of drawing attention to oneself, but he  did pen a memorable poem about this plight! The temptation to play to the crowds comes to most ...

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Pursuing Our Treasures In Heaven

We are often told we are unique and special, As if we are better than others in some way. That we should follow our dreams and desires, And make sure we always seize the day. We are encouraged to become whoever in life we want, And that we must listen ...

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Are You A Throne or A Manger?

And the day had started with such promise. Bradley Porter jiggled his leg as he sat at his desk scowling at his assignment. He was a smart boy, earning top marks in every subject. He loved his little Christian school, sporting a pressed uniform and cardigan; but most of all ...

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Why Christians Should Study Apologetics

Apologetics is defined by Wikipedia as “the discipline of defending a position through the systematic use of information.” The word itself is derived from the Greek word apologia, meaning “a reasoned defense.” So why is it that Christians should study apologetics? Well here’s a funny analogy for you to explain why. ...

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