Monthly Archives: September 2017

The Help in Confronting the Bully

The movie The Help set in Mississippi in the 60s depicts the relationship between the prominent white families and their black help. Skeeter an aspiring writer recently home from college decides to interview the black women to learn their perspective. … Continue reading

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Giving Your Best

The Statue of Liberty stands gracefully on Liberty Island in New York Harbor in New York City. The copper statue, a gift from the people of France to the people of the United States, was designed by French sculptor Frédéric … Continue reading

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Redefining Success

What does it mean to be successful? Success usually brings to mind financial achievement or being number one. Others would define success by the bumper sticker: He who dies with the most toys wins. Some like to think that success … Continue reading

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4 Steps to Regain Balance

USA Today determined that the average American would need forty-two hours in each day to accomplish everything that experts say is required of the well-rounded, health-conscious individual. We don’t have forty-two hours. Yet we are forced to fit all the demands … Continue reading

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4 Facts about Faith

Usually we think that faith is revealed in right doctrine and moral behavior. But faith is exhibited is evident in other ways as well. Faith is committed to high ideals. People of faith will not allow their principles to be … Continue reading

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5 Steps to Joyful Giving

Author Thomas Carlyle tells how, when he was a boy, a beggar came to his door. His parents were out and he was alone in the house. On a boyish impulse, he broke into his own savings bank and gave … Continue reading

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