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Spring = new life

“May God be gracious to us and bless us and make his face to shine on us—so that your ways may be known on…

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A full recovery

In an NFL football game, Kansas City Chiefs tight end Tony Gonzalez (now a FOX Sports analyst) made a remarkable catch. The momentum of…

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The morning hymn

Would you like to join ancient Christians in one of their faith practices? Psalm 63 was called “the morning hymn.” John Chrysostom, a Christian…

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The Lord’s Prayer 101

You may or may not know that Jesus’ favorite thing to talk about was the kingdom of God. My simple definition of God’s kingdom…

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Read. Write. Worship.

Sometimes I feel too busy to read my Bible. But I came across this passage about God’s expectations for the kings of Israel, men…

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With God’s help, you can change

Psalm 51 is famously a song and prayer of repentance. I encourage you to read all 19 verses. God had allowed King David’s life…

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When we stop practicing

Years ago, a student who had graduated from the Christian high school where I taught shared that she was struggling with her faith. “Don’t…

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Two lies and a truth

There is a game played at team-building events and slumber parties alike called Two Truths and a Lie. The idea is to learn more…

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Your sins are not like coffee grounds

It was 5:20 A.M. I was pulling out the coffeepot to pour my first cup when things went tragically awry. (I use the word…

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Daylight Savings

We gained a full hour this month in most of the U.S. Magically in the middle of the night on November 1, we doubled…

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Prayer changes me

Where in your life has prayer made the biggest difference? Yes, prayer changes things. But God holds interest beyond things. He has his eye—and…

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Magnificat: They will call me blessed

A magnifying glass makes things look really big, and a magnificent event is huge fun. The title of the virgin Mary’s poetic outburst of…