Every January I dump out three or four tins of stale and broken left-over Christmas cookies, several partially eaten pecan and pumpkin pies, and at least a half-gallon of expired

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Losing a child is a horrific heartbreak, no matter how old they are. At times one finds difficulty in doing the most mundane tasks. It’s like a paralysis comes upon

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“Lisa is my very best friend mommy,” my two-year-old said sweetly as we pulled away from Chuckie Cheese after a play date lunch with her “bestie.” “I know, honey.” I

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Church ministry, in some form or fashion, has been a part of my life since my early 20s. I’ve worked in the nursery and children’s departments, in women’s, youth, and

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As a child, I enjoyed peering through my kaleidoscope at the colorful fragments of glass as they shifted and formed beautiful mosaics with the subtle turn of the lens. What

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I would hazard to guess there aren’t too many people who wouldn’t enjoy some pampering. What could be more refreshing than a deep cleansing facial; more relaxing than a therapeutic

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There needs to be a bit of clarification to the church concerning the subject of Sabbath. Let’s start with the Hebrew reckoning of time. From the book of Genesis, a

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Our God, the Mighty Creator of all things, before the Earth was even formed, foreknew that at the appointed time, He would conquer the evil forces that would immediately go

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THE THEME OF THIS DEVOTION IS: Only The Perfect Lamb of God, “the “Zeroa (Arm) THE LORD,” Jesus of Nazareth, the Root and Branch of David (Romans 1:1-6), can be

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Paul and I both love Israel. We personally realize that we owe a great deal to our Jewish brothers and sisters who sacrificed so much for the sake of the

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