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Life’s Challenges

Being a Christian is hard!

“Why is my life as a Christian so hard? It wasn’t this hard before.” That has been spoken or thought by many new Christians….

Life’s Challenges

God is with us

Life continues day in and day out, morning and evening. Seasons emerge and fade. Leaves color and fall and then months later slowly emerge….

Bible 101

Trash talk?

I was bullied as a kid. He would stalk me after school and trash-talk: “I’m gonna punch you in the face!” I was too…

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If things are going well

If things are going well in this season of your spiritual life, I want to praise God with you. And I want to quote…

Life’s Challenges

Jesus is worth it!

“About midnight Paul and Silas were praying and singing hymns to God” (Acts 16:25). That’s nice, isn’t it? A neat little story about a…

Life’s Challenges

Reassurance

“For I am convinced that neither death nor life, neither angels nor demons, neither the present nor the future, nor any powers, nor height…

Life’s Challenges

Telling the future

My husband and I were walking in downtown Madison, WI, and passed a man who held a cardboard sign that read, “Tarot Readings.” I…

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God is working

People, even people within our Christian circles, do destructive, harmful, secretive things. David expresses it well in Psalm 64:6: “They plot injustice and say,…

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The rock that is higher

In northeastern Wyoming, a monolithic rock formation called Devil’s Tower rises 867 feet out of the dry and flat land. You can see it…

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Whom he walked toward

The miracle of Peter walking on water always amazed me. I wondered what it must have been like for him to take that first…

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Grace AND peace!

Christians love the words grace and peace. Those two words are laced through the Bible, peppered into prayers, and bound up in the benediction…

Life’s Challenges

Know. See. Yearn.

It’s Christmas Eve. The tableau is set: a baby’s soft cheek against a bed of hay, a wondering mother, wide-eyed shepherds who have seen…