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Putting a Pretty Spin on Sin

Before indoor plumbing the outhouse was a necessary fixture on the farm or in the backyard. Not only did the outhouse serve as an early bathroom, it was also the place where household garbage was dumped and the occasional alcoholic beverage was partaken of in secret. But the attempt to ...

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The Difficult Path To Reconciliation

It seems I hear it daily–someone is at odds with a loved one.  Strife between a husband and wife leads to a strained silence.  Misunderstandings between parents and children of all ages, create hurt feelings and walls of separation.   Siblings no longer want to speak to one another because of ...

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How to Deal With Toxic Family

Families are supposed to be a place of support, love, and acceptance. Sometimes, however, family relationships can be the place where we experience the deepest hurt. Sometimes we can spend years sacrificing our mental and spiritual health in harmful relationships under the notion that we have to because “they are ...

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Can a Christian be Angry and Not Sin?  

Anger is a natural response to a perceived threat, and it is a normal emotion. Everyone has felt varying degrees of anger at one time. Anger can be caused by many factors such as, stress, financial issues, marital and family problems, abuse, injustices, guilt, unmet needs and expectations, and past ...

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