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15
Oct
2017

The Sound of Silence

by Mark Batterson

The Hebrew word for "whisper," demamah, can be translated "silence" or "stillness" or "calmness." Simon and Garfunkel weren't far off the title of the 1964 hit single, "The Sound of Silence." The same Hebrew word...

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08
Oct
2017

The Perfect You

by Dr. Caroline Leaf

The most important facet of all my research and practice is individual choice. The moment people recognize the power of their minds – the individuality of their thinking...

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01
Oct
2017

With Grace in Place

by Samuel Rodriguez

Grace-full moments. We can't live without them. When we extend grace to others, despite our flaws and weaknesses, we reflect something of the very nature and character of Christ...

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24
Sep
2017

A Glimpse of Heaven

by Dr. Robert Jeffress

For the follower of Jesus Christ, death is "moving from one place to another" – like moving from the frozen tundra of the arctic circle to the sun-kissed beaches of Hawaii. Paul described a Christian's change of location at death: being "absent from the body" ...

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17
Sep
2017

Joy in the Hurricane

by Randy Robison

For those of us in the southern part of the country, the last few weeks have been all about hurricanes. Harvey and Irma turned people’s lives upside down. In the aftermath, however, an unexpected secret...

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10
Sep
2017

Don't Go Beast Mode

by Jeremiah Johnston

Going “Beast Mode” is a good thing in a full-contact sport. If you are a Seattle Seahawks fan, you most likely love the nickname “Beast Mode,” which has become something of modern sports mythology. The term was coined...

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03
Sep
2017

Confront Your Giants

by Francisco Contreras, M.D.

It is important to take a good, hard look at what you believe. Afterward you must confront yourself, and you must confront your giant -- your Goliath...

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27
Aug
2017

Get Some Clothes

by Derwin Gray

When we live by religion, or works-based righteousness, we are never sure when God is pleased with our behavior. We are never certain that we are loved. How do you know when you've been good enough...

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20
Aug
2017

Have Faith

by Kate Merrick

"Oh, she's adorable! Is she your first?" asked the friendly checker at Trader Joe's. The question snapped me to attention while Fifi squirmed and struggled in the grocery cart...

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13
Aug
2017

Letting Go

by Justin Skeesuck

Patrick and I are fortunate to have a friendship that has endured so long. We have helped each other in many ways. But no matter how much help I have offered Patrick, or how much he has given me, our relationship is a dynamic interaction between two people. This means there are two decisions that must be made...

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