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Be like them

Paul’s words struck me initially as a bit too proud to have a place in the Holy Bible. “Whatever you have learned or received…

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They sharpen you

By nature, we become dull. Just ask the knives in your kitchen drawer. As time passes and meals are made, they don’t naturally become…

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Blink first

If you’ve lived long enough and squabbled often enough, you know by now that pride starts every conflict but never ends it. By nature,…

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Seek and save

“For the Son of Man came to seek and to save the lost” (Luke 19:10). In October 2021, a hiker was lost in Colorado….

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The blessing of noticing and being noticed

Very often I sit by a 77-year-old woman at church. When she walks out of church, the pastor greets her with, “Good to see…

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Keep confessing

There is only one thing more agonizing than confessing your more embarrassing sins to another Christian. That one thing is confessing your embarrassing sins…

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Give, not give up

I always think it’s interesting that people like to give up something for Lent. Often it’s something like a mini New Year’s resolution, with…

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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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The gift of a good group

When I was growing up in the church, I had no idea that I needed a group. Thanks to my mother, I would show…

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Stuffed with wonder

I occasionally substitute teach in my son’s high school, and one of my highlights is reading Fahrenheit 451 with the American Lit. class. I…

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We can rally around Jesus

I live in a politically diverse state. This is a bad thing because it means we get an abundance of political commercials that try…

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Your faith family tree

People have always been fascinated with tracing their genealogies and filling in the leaves on their family trees. There’s something comforting about knowing where…