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Rev. Drs. Casey and Bob Baggott

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Gift of wisdom: It’s right to admit when we’re wrong

The legend goes that Rev. Peter Miller was the pastor of a small Baptist church in Ephrata, Pennsylv

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‘Abide’ may sound archaic, but its meaning endures

Here’s a list of words to consider: verily, twain, forsooth, methinks, anon, quoth and hither. The

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We, too, can imitate God and touch the earth with beauty

What’s your image of God? Most of us begin with images from childhood that depict God as an old ma

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Learn to discard the baggage that’s weighing you down

Jules Verne once wrote an intriguing novel called “The Mysterious Island” that tells of five sol

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While we wait, we must learn to do more than cope

One of our favorite cartoons was, if we recall correctly, published by the New Yorker magazine years

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Too busy? Reprioritize and refill your life in new ways

Only a few short decades ago, social scientists reasoned that because of productivity advances, more

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Don’t worry … focus on the joys of the moment

Remember the song popularized by Bobby McFerrin from the 1980s called “Don’t Worry, Be Happy”?

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Always remember who we are … and Whose we are

Mark Trotter tells the story of a man whose great ambition was to become a general in the army. He i

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Are you a ‘spiritual’ person? Test your holy habits

Are you a spiritual person? According to researchers who monitor such things, many of us these days

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‘Let’s not overlook the blessings God wants to give us all’

Fairness is a highly subjective matter isn’t it?  As Rev. John Claypool once noted, “Most of us

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What do we owe God? Perhaps our time and our best efforts

What do we owe God? It’s a tough question, isn’t it? The question of what we owe becomes pressin

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Widen your perspective to triumph in no-win situations

Maybe when you were a child you had this little scam pulled on you by an older sibling or the neighb