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Faith In the Midst of the Refiner’s Fire

Has your faith ever been through the fire? Has it ever been refined by the scorching heat? Have trials ever put you at the crossroads, Where faith and logic meet? Have you ever suffered from pain or affliction? Or suffered loss and tragedy of various kinds? Or maybe been wrought by such confusion ...

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Having Realistic Expectations for Christmas

Christmas is about celebrating the birth of Jesus, but somehow we have tangled in there other expectations. If we kept the true meaning of Christmas at the center of our minds, we would not have any unrealistic expectations. But, we all do it–create in our minds the “perfect little Christmas.” ...

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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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Ask Your Soul: Why So Sad?

It’s not usual for a song to come to my mind completely out of the blue.  It happens all the time.  This morning, however, the song that invaded my thoughts was quite an unusual one.  I was sweeping the floor, and to my recollection, I wasn’t thinking about anything in ...

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Are You Really Following Jesus?

Had I just bought the most wonderful car I’d ever driven, or read a marvelous book, or just dined at an awesome restaurant, I would gladly expound on every little detail hoping you, too, could enjoy the wonders of each.  So, it is only fitting that I share Pastor Singleton’s ...

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