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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…

Living My Faith

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…

Friends & Family

The storms of life

My family and I were having a picnic, and it started to rain. As we watched the downpour, we started gathering up our picnic…

Depression & Anxiety

The most powerful antidepressant

Dr. Dale Archer, an American psychiatrist, once claimed that if he could package hope and hand it out, it would be better than any…

Life’s Challenges

Chill out

About eight years ago at a local Barnes & Noble, while looking at the overpriced DVDs, I found something amusing. Those who say God…

Who is God?

God alone

“For God alone my soul waits in silence; from him comes my salvation. He alone is my rock and my salvation, my fortress; I…

Bible 101

A patient teacher

One of my favorite teachers was my freshmen Algebra teacher. Math and I have a love-hate relationship. You may love it; I do not….

Life’s Challenges

Why does God wait?

Why doesn’t God just end injustice? If our Father knows about all the unfair things that happen in our communities and in our lives,…

Life’s Challenges

Not-so-fast food for the soul

I eat too fast. This has been a lifelong struggle, and I’m not sure when it started. But when I’m out at a restaurant…

Life’s Challenges

Beware the bully

Most of us grew up with a bully in our schoolyard. You used to be able to see him or her coming. Today, it’s…

Life’s Challenges

5 questions for better decision making

You are bombarded with choices. A survey of two thousand adults by Noom (a psychology-based weight loss app) found that you make 122 informed…

Life’s Challenges

No quick fix

I come from a family of solvers. Whenever we face a problem, we dig in to try to fix it quickly. Sometimes we approach…