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Oct 10

A Man of Prayer!

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What constitutes a man of prayer? First, he prays about everything – little things as well as big things. Oftentimes, we’re reluctant to pray about the little things because we’re afraid to bother God with the trivial. He’s so busy running the universe that He doesn’t need to help me in the small areas of

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Sep 10

Making It On Broken Pieces

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Posted in Adversity, Faith
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Recent events have dealt with the destruction in the wake of Hurricane Harvey (and most recently Hurricane Irma). Many news stations have meticulously covered the after effects of the storms, with many reports focusing on those who lost much because of the storm. One gut wrenching report was of a woman who declared that even

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May 12

Mother’s Day

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Posted in The Family
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  This is a re-post of something that I would like to share. To those who gave birth this year to their first child — we celebrate with you. To those who lost a child this year — we mourn with you. To those who are in the trenches with little ones every day and

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Apr 17

After the Resurrection!

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Posted in The Church
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After the Resurrection! The celebration of the Resurrection has come and gone. Across this nation and throughout the world, churches were filled with people celebrating the glorious resurrection of Jesus the Christ.  Congregations joined in with the choirs in festive songs of victory.  Pastors, who preached Jesus down off the cross on Friday, preached Jesus

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Sep 27

Racial Injustice

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Posted in The Community
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Everyone has an opinion about Colin Kaepernick’s recent actions to silently protest during the playing of the national anthem. Some people emphasize that he’s paid to play football and should “just shut up and play,” or they depict him as unpatriotic and ungrateful of the sacrifices of our service men and women. Others argue that

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