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09
Oct
2016

Purposed, Not Perfect

by Julie Lyles Carr

Prior to birth, his mother had settled into a life of childlessness, her sterility a popular topic of conversation among the locals. She and her husband had become accustomed to their quiet...

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02
Oct
2016

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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25
Sep
2016

The Desperate In-Between

by Lysa TerKeurst

It only takes a teaspoon of rejection to drown an otherwise very alive soul with sorrow. Its poisonous flow has such a sharp potency that cuts through the skin and bone...

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18
Sep
2016

The Holiness Myth

by Randy Robison

One of the toughest biblical topics we run up against in the church is the idea of holiness. We hear the term applied liberally...

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11
Sep
2016

The Hero Inside

by Jen Bricker

My favorite Bible story is David and Goliath, probably because it's about the little guy (I can totally relate) who goes up against the giant and defeats him. I can't imagine how terrifying it must have been for David...

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04
Sep
2016

Go, Go, Go!

by Jack Graham

Back when there was still an American Football League, the Super Bowl was played between champions from the AFL, and the eastern and western conferences of the NFL...

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28
Aug
2016

Extravagant Grace and Mercy

by Dudley Hall

Recently, I was walking on a Texas ranch filled with wildflowers. The blues, reds, oranges, yellows were so bright they almost hurt my eyes. I stopped to examine my favorite: the deep purple Wine Cup...

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21
Aug
2016

The Missing Key

by Tony Evans

On the day the Titanic was scheduled to sail, the second officer was removed from the crew. In his pocket was the key to the locker that housed the binoculars that were used for the sailor in the crow's nest to see...

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14
Aug
2016

An Ache You Can't Shake

by Levi Lusko

The soldier had the window seat; I had the aisle. Both of us had been upgraded to first class. Soldiers in the airport always make me emotional – something about seeing the uniform and wondering where they are going...

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07
Aug
2016

The Church Must Lead

by James Robison

In this election season Americans are desperately looking for someone who will come in and tear up what needs to be torn up. That needs to happen. The Bible says, “Tear down and build up,”...

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