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Living My Faith

Dispel our doubts

Fill in the blank to describe this well-known Bible character: ________ Thomas. I bet you got it: Doubting Thomas. He wasn’t there that first…

Living My Faith

God is worth it

Every advertisement in the world has the same goal—to convince you that _________ is worthy. The word worthy essentially means “worth it,” which is…

Bible 101

You will see him

Have you ever prepared to teach a Bible lesson or a Sunday school class? Or have you put serious thought into how to talk…

Living My Faith

Love at any cost

What are you not doing that you know you should? Who are you not helping but know you could? Love at any cost. When…

Bible 101

Take a census

King David got in trouble when he took a census of his people. The census itself was not wrong, but David’s motivations were. The…

Bible 101

A patient teacher

One of my favorite teachers was my freshmen Algebra teacher. Math and I have a love-hate relationship. You may love it; I do not….

Living My Faith

God so healed you

When Mark recorded his account of the life of Jesus, he included a brief mention of a miracle that is easy to let go…

Living My Faith

Listen when he speaks

There was an old TV commercial about a financial firm named E.F. Hutton. It showed Mr. Hutton in a busy restaurant or on a…

Living My Faith

What’s that smell?!

Taste, touch, hearing, sight, and smell. Those are the five senses. Each is important in some way. The sense of smell has been called…

Friends & Family

Leaving a legacy

Life is temporary. Life is short. What are you living for? Mark Twain once said, “The two most important days in your life are…

Bible 101

What does God want for Christmas?

When I was a kid, my parents helped me and my sisters set out cookies and milk for Santa. Before we went to church…

Friends & Family

The purpose of rules

Every family has its own set of rules. Rules dictate proper behavior, govern screen time, and establish daily schedules. Each family is a little…