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Life’s Challenges

Break free from greed

Everyone wants to be free from guilt. Everyone wants to be free from anger. But not everyone wants to be free from greed. Why…

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A strange kind of joy

Have you ever thanked God for helping you grow through times of testing?  Listen in on this prayer of thanks and praise to God…

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Doctrine happens in the kitchen

A friend recently told me that he went to a personal trainer with three goals: to increase strength, to improve balance, and to lose…

Bible 101

If things aren’t going well

If things aren’t going well in this season of your spiritual life, I want to grieve with you. And I want to quote God…

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The gift of now

Listening to the news and the watercooler gossip about the news, there’s a pretty good consensus that everyone’s positive everything’s bad in the world….

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God doesn’t mind

Of the many things I love about Jesus’ mother, near the top of the list are the lyrics to her famous song: “My spirit…

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Fanny & Jesus

Have you ever heard of Fanny Crosby? She was a Christian songwriter who produced more worship music than Martin Luther, Chris Tomlin, and Hillsong…

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Replacing thieves

We usually reserve the term addiction for the really bad stuff. Being labeled as an addict carries with it many stigmas. But in a…

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But you promised

When I’m overwhelmed, I sometimes wish God would pull up a chair and advise me. Jacob had reason to feel that way too. He…

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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…

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The economy of more

Last year I asked for more. I had one insane financial goal, and I asked God to help me meet it. He did. And…

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Plan for a train

Plan for a train One of my daughter’s track coaches was known for being that kind of coach—the one who set a high bar…