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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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If your life had a motto, what would it be? Here’s a better question. Would the motto you give your own life match the…

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Pass the salt, please

“You are the salt of the earth” (Matthew 5:13). Normally when someone looks at you and says, “You’re being a little salty,” it’s not…

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Are you ready for the minefield?

When you reached over to turn off the alarm this morning, did you hesitantly place one bare foot on the floor and then the…

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Unchain my soul

I am yearning to be free. I am yearning for a better society, and I think we could have one if we all wanted…

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The joy of forgiveness

“Let me hear joy and gladness; let the bones you have crushed rejoice. Hide your face from my sins and blot out all my…

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Don’t despise ordinary things

I almost got depressed the other day in church. As I was preaching, I said, “After six years as your pastor, I have preached…

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A mission that’s worth it!

Jesus said, “Go and make disciples of all nations . . . and surely I am with you always, to the very end of…

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Risk factor

“I’m not judging you; I’m just sayin’ . . .” is a trendy, risk-adverse attempt to vent one’s opinion without the added bonus of…

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Upgraded wardrobe

If you look at a calendar in August or January, you won’t see it like you do other major holidays, but the first day…

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Revival!

Asbury University in Kentucky made the news a few weeks ago. After a chapel service on February 8, students stayed to sing and pray…

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A little bit racist?

A song in the Broadway musical Avenue Q kind of shocked me when I first heard its refrain. The lyrics say that everyone is…

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Ordinary is how God ordinarily works

I bet you’d love to make some extraordinary changes in your life. Maybe to unconditionally love the people in your family, even that sibling…