On Faith

Is anybody there? Acts of compassion offer the answer

Have you ever found yourself wondering, in difficult times perhaps, why God doesn’t intervene, why

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Are you a creature of habit? Don’t get stuck in that rut

Are you a creature of habit whose every behavior is measured, predictable and planned? Although we m

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Needing others is key to emotional, spiritual survival

Do you remember the book “Tuesdays with Morrie” by Mitch Albom? It chronicles the conversations

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Defining moments make us stronger, more faithful

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

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Vero Beach lets us live among destinies fulfilled

What’s the best part about living in Vero Beach? We’ve heard people offer many reasons why this

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Don’t need community? Maybe others need you

Small town or big city – what’s your preference? If people are people wherever you go, maybe it

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Entombed by grief or anger? God says, ‘Come out!’

Have you heard the humorous story about the friends who were discussing death? One of them asked the

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In times of crisis, trust in God and in each other

Some years ago Nayda Cole wrote an article for the Park Ridge Center’s journal Making the Rounds a

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Always show gratitude for offerings large and small

An old story tells of a small family whose youngest child developed a serious illness. Their local d

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Always give thanks … because you never know

In 1940, the Nazis invaded the Netherlands.  Among those affected were the members of the ten B

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ON FAITH: When life goes awry, it’s time to sing a new song

Years ago a newspaper in Galveston, Texas, ran a story about a woman and her parakeet, Chirpy. Chirp

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ON FAITH: Your life is your sermon … what are you saying?

Years and years ago at a preaching seminar, the leaders distributed materials to those of us in atte

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