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Use your words to heal

“Shut your mouth; you are so disrespectful.” “Your tiny brain just can’t handle it.” “Come on, guys, let’s start boxing and punching him in…

Life’s Challenges

Refreshments

There’s a phrase in the English language that’s better than most things one can hear in life. I’m speaking, of course, of the statement:…

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Do the Right Thing . . . in Secret

Doing the right thing is hard. Doing the right thing for the right reasons is even harder.

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The value of volunteering

I wouldn’t blame newbies to Christianity for being a little confused at first. So many of the main teachings of the faith are paradoxes,…

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Let’s be presumptive positive

Two months ago I didn’t even know the words presumptive positive could go together. Then, in the beginning of August, 77 NFL players’ COVID-19…

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Teaching kids not to be selfish

My wife and I still laugh about our good intentions about discouraging violent play between our children. We gravely pledged that we would not…

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How to Be a Good Neighbor

Watch the entire devotional series from this past week, as Pastor Matt shows us how we can be neighbors to one another the way God called us to be, despite the unrest and uncertainty in our world.

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How to Know You’re a Good Neighbor

Are you building the right kind of bridges with your neighbors?

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Judging talk

Being “judgmental” is one of the greatest social sins you can commit today. You can hold any ideas you may care to, but you…

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We don’t earn it

When my kids were 18 months, 3, and 4 years old, my husband was trying to get their help on some chores. They weren’t…

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Lying talk

Why do people tell lies? Well, that’s easy. Because lying might enable guilty people to escape responsibility and consequences for their misdeeds. Because lying…

Life’s Challenges

Solomon’s healthy perspective

Way before COVID-19 messed with our way of life, King Solomon looked at everything “under the sun” and said that it was all hevel,…