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D Minor Days

It has been said that d minor is the saddest of music chords. Some of the greatest classical composers like Mozart and Beethoven, Schubert and Chopin, composed in d minor. Their music is still played today for its beauty, and perhaps for its ability to touch the human spirit. It ...

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What A Beautiful Name

A lone voice singing out “You were the Word at the beginning.” That’s how the song “What a Beautiful Name” by Hillsong Worship opens up, with the sentiment of John 1:1-2, which says “In the beginning the Word was with God and the Word was God. He was with God ...

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How To Share Christ With Your Baby

I texted a friend last week with a heavy question: How do you begin sharing Christ with your baby? There are half a dozen children’s Bibles wedged between the books on my daughter’s shelf. Every night we pray with her and again for her before we go to bed. I ...

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My World Needs You, God

Earthquakes. Hurricanes. Wars and rumors of wars. Chaos. Tragedy. Trouble on all sides. When we hear of all these things it is natural to become fearful. We worry about the future–about what it may hold. But should we worry? After all, we are children of God, and if we are ...

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An Orchestra Made From A Landfill

If one did not know any differently, from the way it sounds, it would be a professional orchestra. This young group of musicians are as good as they come. They have toured the world. They have performed for Pope Francis, and with Stevie Wonder, among others. But they are not ...

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