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15
Jan

A Million Little Choices

Every day we make hundreds of little choices. We say yes and no to things as trivial from decaf to espresso, salads to burgers, heels or flats, tie or no […]

03
Jan

Receiving Surprises Well

The thing about surprises is that they can be good or bad. The point of a surprise is that you don’t know what it is. You may plan to marry someone […]

03
Jan

A Christmas Meditation

Why was Jesus born as a baby? The savior of the world born into this world but not able to care for himself. There’s so much that could have come […]

18
Dec

Wealth in Generosity

Wealth isn’t everything! In fact, love of money can keep us from God. That is why true wealth can’t be measured with dollar signs. Maybe our generosity is a better […]

15
Dec

Thankfulness in Hardship

It is tough to remind ourselves to be thankful even in the hard times. Often, we want to complain and feel bad for ourselves. We long for others to sympathize […]

08
Nov

Love in Patience

Being patient means being able to wait for something without getting angry or upset. It is marked by calmness, composure, and resolve. The biblical picture of patience is even more […]

02
Nov

What is Love?

First and foremost, one of the most prominent themes in the Bible is love. For many people, this is common-sense. Of course, love would be prominent- and many people relate […]

26
Sep

The Prodigal Son

Stories are powerful. Luke 15 contains one of my favorite parables from Jesus. He tells a story about a father and his two sons.

12
Sep

Loving the IRS Agent

In Matthew 18 Jesus teaches his followers how to handle conflict. He does this through a number of stories and direct teachings.

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