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4 Reflections While You Wait

No one likes to wait. But we wait in traffic, in carpool lines, in holding patterns, in grocery stores, for the foursome ahead of us, for the doctor, for a spouse, for a baby, for retirement, for sermons to get … Continue reading

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God Honors Radical Faith

The following letter found in a baking powder can wired to the handle of an old pump offered the only hope of drinking water on a very long and seldom-used trail across the Amargosa Desert: “This pump is all right … Continue reading

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Is Your Faith Different?

We exercise faith every day. For example, sending our children off to school; filling a prescription then taking medicine; eating in a restaurant, depositing money in an ATM, signing a contract, driving on the highway, to mention a few ways. … Continue reading

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Facing the Unknown–Part 2

Every day we face new ventures, unseen horizons, and challenging obstacles. It could be a move to a new city, a change of jobs, attending a different school, or moving to a new neighborhood. Facing the unknown is difficult. It … Continue reading

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Facing the Unknown

Every day we face new ventures, dark horizons, and challenging obstacles. It could be a move to a new city, a change of jobs, attending a different school, or moving to a new neighborhood. Facing the unknown is difficult. It … Continue reading

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Four Lessons of Contentment

Historian Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr., observes that our society is marked by “inextinguishable discontent.” Our quest is usually not for contentment but for what is better and what is next. We want a better job with better pay and a … Continue reading

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God Can Use You–Even You

Joshua, chapter two, reads like a sidebar in Joshua’s book. It is not needed in telling the story of the Israelites occupying the Promised Land. If you read chapter one then skipped chapter two and picked up with chapter three … Continue reading

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