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A Bit of Lightheartedness–Enjoying Life

A merry heart doeth good like a medicine: but a broken spirit drieth the bones. Proverbs 17:22 My brother, sister and I grew up in a strict environment. We only had candy once a week unless we got candy from a holiday such as Halloween, Christmas or Easter–even then we ...

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An In-depth Look at the Christian Book, “Beyond Belief”

Christian author, Abby Kelly, has written a new 6-week study guide on spiritual maturity entitled, Beyond Belief:  Jesus Saved You. . . Now What? Is it any good?  Is it geared toward all Christians? Where can you purchase it? I’d like to take a few minutes of your time to answer those ...

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How to Find God in the Details

“I just don’t think we are meant to know,” sighed my friend.  “It is just too much for us to understand.” Checking her watch, she excused herself for an afternoon meeting.  As I finished my coffee, I pondered her statement.  It is one I have heard before:  God is beyond ...

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Replacing Self-confidence With God-confidence

Self-confidence has limited potential. God-confidence has unlimited possibility. – Renee Swope At the time this article is published, I’ll either be sitting in the London Heathrow airport, be on a flight to Glasgow, or be in a car traveling the four hours it takes to get to a small village ...

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Get Out of That Rut: How to Change Your Brain

“I have my ruts, and I like them!” That great honesty came from a child, but it expresses a truth that holds many of us captive.  “Rut thinking” is a nasty captor because it usually blinds the captive to the bondage.  The walls of the rut grow higher each year, ...

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