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FEAR:  False Evidence Appearing Real

The big “C” word strikes fear in most every heart.  Cancer.  Imagine you are a new mom with a beautiful three-month old who holds your heart … and you hear, “You have Malignant Pleural Mesothelioma.” The wall of fear rises up to block all else.  “What if … ” becomes ...

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New Lease on Life At A Yard Sale

“Christ has given us this command:  Whoever loves God must also love his brother.”  1 John 4:21 (NIV) I love yard sales!  There is no telling what treasures one may find among another person’s junk.  But one man found something quite unexpected–a new lease on life. Don Herbert is a ...

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More Than A Band-Aid

Almost a week ago Friday, I went in for a routine procedure; arthroscopic surgery on my right knee. Over a period of two years, the pain in my knee would ebb and flow from a dull burning sensation to an all out sharp stabbing pain, but I honestly didn’t look ...

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