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Let’s get busy: In this life, everybody’s got a job to do

We have a favorite old story that tells about the simmering conflict between the pastor of a church

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Too many of us are talking and too few are listening

The great Shema, perhaps the oldest daily prayer of Judaism, begins with the invitation to “hear.

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In God we trust, because we know He will find us

Have you heard the saying: “There are no atheists in foxholes”? Apparently that assertion has be

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Point to the future by connecting the dots of your life

We’ve always been intrigued by a story that comes to us from the Book of Exodus about Moses’ req

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Fear not: God has the whole world in His hands

We don’t get to New York City very often. We always feel a little like country mice dazzled by the

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For 2018, maybe we all need an attitude adjustment

Sometime back in the 1980’s rhythm and blues singer, Patti LaBelle, recorded a hit single on MCA R

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Rock on: Face life’s challenges with determination

An ancient story from the Desert Fathers of the early church tells of a time long ago and a place fa

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Christmas story inspires us to make our life stories better

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

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Winning isn’t as important as the worthy struggle

Winning can be a wonderfully exhilarating and validating experience.  Who doesn’t like to win, wh

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Just pretend: It’s worth imagining our lives in new ways

There are things that matter because they are tangible, solid, real and objective. And there are thi

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God With Us: Always cherish the reason for the season

This is the first week of Advent and Christians everywhere are beginning to make their preparations

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Without forgiveness, the most injured will be us

“The Sunflower: On the Possibilities and Limits of Forgiveness” was a book written by holocaust