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Seeing yourself through God’s eyes can work wonders

Psychologists tell us that “mirroring” is the copying of one person’s behavior by another. The

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Let God be your bedrock when you need support

Recently, writer David Dunlap reported on a remarkable aspect of the construction of the Twin Towers

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In need of a course correction? Let God lead you

One of our favorite authors is Barbara Brown Taylor. She tells the story in her book, “Tales of Te

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Let your heart do its thing – use it or lose it!

Did you know that each fully equipped human being comes with a reticular activating system as a stan

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‘Let Him in!’: Open your hearts to God this season

It’s been many years since Rev. Garth Thompson told a moving story about tenacious love, but it ha

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Can Christmas story inspire us to change our own story?

Author Emil Brunner tells a story of 9-year-old Jenny, who had heard the Christmas story many times,

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A wink from God tells us we’re not alone

How does God speak to us? There may be as many means and styles of communication as there are people

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Defining moments make us stronger and more faithful

An insightful author once noted that “a person reaches maturity when he or she finally accepts the

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Reminding stranded souls of the presence of grace and hope

Father Anthony De Mello, Jesuit priest and psychotherapist, was well-known for his powerful writings

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Adults can show younger set that growing up is fun, too

What is adulthood? Some of us mark our transitions to adulthood by a graduation ceremony. Others may

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Shouldering another’s burden can help you feel better

We heard a story about a tribe of Native Americans who lived in Mississippi in the early 1800s. Thei

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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. Th