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I believe in Jesus as my Savior! So, now what? Learn more about how you’re completely changed through the work of Jesus and what that means for your everyday life.

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Who, me? Pessimistic?

A woman I know has the habit of giving people only one chance. If disappointed even once, she will drop the person from her…

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Thank God for good followers

A friend recently told me he thinks that for every leadership conference people attend, they should have to attend two follower conferences. The more…

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The weight of sin

I’m fascinated by the fact that all the toppings at a frozen yogurt shop cost you the same amount per pound. Clearly the breakfast…

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Code of conduct

I don’t think God gave anyone authority to dictate sub-commandments. I don’t think there’s a First Commandment subsection A.1.b.ii that we need to follow…

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A word to impulsive people

The reformer Martin Luther once said, “All of us are either a Jacob or an Esau.” If you know the story of those twin…

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Foolish wise men

Wise men from the east came to Jerusalem, saying, “Where is he who has been born king of the Jews? For we saw his…

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It’s all in the attitude

There are three outlooks on life I know don’t work.  Clinging to the past (because there is no future in it) Pessimism (because there…

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Painful memories

Our capacity for memory is a wonderful thing, isn’t it? In the 3 pounds of tissue and chemicals within our skull are beautiful images,…

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Love your work

You know, being a working stiff isn’t so bad when you like your boss, when the job is pleasant, when you have terrific coworkers,…

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The man who preached to 20 million

One day a reporter went to witness the most famous man on earth in action. Walter Maier, the Lutheran radio preacher whose sermons reached…

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Sometimes God hides himself

Okay, it’s a paradox, but it’s an important one, one you need to embrace and trust. Sometimes God is obvious and accessible. His Word…

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Stubbornly holding on

When my son, Harrington, was younger, he loved crawling into his mama’s lap. He’d look up at me as he played, I’d put my…