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Living My Faith

Don’t wait … go all out for Jesus!

In her book The Happiness Project, author Gretchen Rubin spent a year focusing on improving different aspects of her life in order to become…

Living My Faith

Free stuff

Every August in Madison, Wisconsin, moving days are a bargain shoppers’ dream. As apartment leases end, college students fill the sidewalks and curbs with…

Who is God?

How much does Jesus love you?

I need to choose from my many shoes and shirts which to wear each day. As a matter of fact, I have to choose…

Living My Faith

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…

Friends & Family

Jesus’ friends

Who is your best friend? Friends are people you can trust through thick and thin. A highlight from my childhood, and maybe yours too,…

Living My Faith

Treasure time

It is interesting how many of the verbs that apply to money also apply to time. You can spend time. You can waste time….

Who is God?

Everything good is a gift

I recently texted my mom about the day of my birth. November 18, 1980. Sheboygan, Wisconsin. Clifton Avenue (I was born at home). My…

Prayer

A prayer of thanks

Loving and generous Lord, at this time of thanksgiving we remember with grateful hearts all the blessings you have showered on our nation. Help…

Who is God?

Everything good is from God

When I was a kid, my mother insisted I write a thank-you card for every birthday, Christmas, and graduation gift I got. As a…

Bible 101

What are you giving?

Isn’t it amazing how children born to the same parents and raised in the same home can turn out so differently? It happened in…

Living My Faith

You can’t do it all, but you can give your all

I checked the National Day Calendar for February and was stunned by how much there is to celebrate. For the shortest month of the…

Living My Faith

Waiting on us

God must fold his everlasting arms across his chest and lean against a pearly fence post just waiting for us to try. We have…