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Living My Faith

You go first

An important safety tip for early season ice fishing is to politely tell your fishing buddy, “You can go first. I’ll be right behind…

Life’s Challenges

He knows you by name

How many people know you? I mean, really know you? Your spouse or close family members, your best friend, someone you’ve worked closely with…

Living My Faith

On God’s side

During the Civil War, one of President Lincoln’s advisors said he was grateful God was on the Union’s side. Lincoln told him, “Sir, my…

Life’s Challenges

Having hope

Job suffered in a way that I can’t imagine. He lost everything in a matter of minutes. His livestock. His livelihood. His house. His…

Living My Faith

Choose to praise

When I was a teenager, it seemed to me that everybody else pretty much had it going on and I was on the outside…

Depression & Anxiety

It’s a scam

This summer, a Wisconsin woman answered her phone. A scammer claimed to be from the Social Security Administration and told the woman she would…

Living My Faith

Recognize your idols

The word idol today has a pleasant connotation. In today’s lingo it means a star, a great performer, someone who can wow and dazzle a crowd,…

Depression & Anxiety

Praying at our wits’ end

We hit our limits by getting ahead of ourselves: stretching, trying, straining, falling, adjusting, and trying again. We gain wisdom from overreaching. We learn…

Bible 101

How to make godly decisions on gray-area issues

Wouldn’t it be nice if the Bible was neatly indexed to the issues of your life? It’d be great if you could turn to…

Depression & Anxiety

When you’re hanging by a thread, remember who holds the spool

Dr. James Dobson is known for saying, “There are two kinds of people in the world: those who are suffering and those who will…

Life’s Challenges

An f-bomb in the pastor’s office

The woman dropped the f-bomb in my office. And she didn’t even flinch. I tried to hide how offended I was, to take a…

Friends & Family

2 Questions to Ask Your Kids Today!

Journalist Hilde Kate Lysiak broke a news story about a neighborhood murder. After talking with neighbors and police, she posted a full-length story and…