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Living My Faith

Which is better?

Which is better? Coke or Pepsi? LeBron or Jordan? Dairy Queen or Culvers? Okay, that last one is a trick question because all ice…

Bible 101

Never thirsty again

The thirstiest I’ve ever been was during my freshman year football practices. Our coaches would run us hard, and then the most glorious words…

Life’s Challenges

Give thanks in ALL circumstances

Please reread yesterday’s devotion. There are often two ways of looking at a situation. Yes, that cameraman was fortunate. Yes, we have a reason…

Bible 101

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…

Living My Faith

Encourage others

I love getting mail, even if it’s a bill (at least until I open it), but to see my name in print, to see…

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,…

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…

Depression & Anxiety

Plug in to the power source

A young man was studying to be a pastor when he learned that his brother had been killed. He felt he should be able…

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….

Bible 101

Today’s devotion is made possible by God’s Word

Sesame Street is dedicated to helping children learn. The Muppets or cast involved help teach them how to read and write. Every episode is…

Who is God?

It’s not fair … or is it?

My firstborn son learned very quickly to say these three words (not necessarily in this order): Mom, Dad, and MINE! Those born after the…

Living My Faith

Listen when he speaks

There was an old TV commercial about a financial firm named E.F. Hutton. It showed Mr. Hutton in a busy restaurant or on a…