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04
Dec
2022

After The Storm

by Anne Neilson

My family and I were in church, sitting next to a group of people I didn’t recognize. They had just moved to Charlotte after Hurricane Katrina had wreaked havoc in New Orleans, including destroying their home and...

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27
Nov
2022

The Spirit of Gratitude

by James Robison

Right now many Americans are hurting. Though most of us have what we need, millions of others are either without work or have jobs but are still struggling ...

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20
Nov
2022

The Wave We Need

by Randy Robison

Much has been written and discussed about the “red wave” that never was. In the last two years, we have witnessed an increase in fentanyl deaths, enriched and empowered...

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13
Nov
2022

Shame And Blame

by Sharon Hodde Miller

One of the brilliant things about Scripture is that every inch of its wisdom runs a mile deep. There are no shallows. You cannot plumb its depths. There is always ...

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06
Nov
2022

See It For Yourself

by Cristina Baker

Elisha was a prophet of God. He had served Elijah, and when God took Elijah to heaven, Elijah threw his mantle over Elisha, granting Elisha...

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30
Oct
2022

Making God Smile

by Stephen Chandler

Paul wrote, “I discipline my body like an athlete, training it to do what it should. Otherwise, I fear that after preaching to others I myself might be disqualified” (1 Corinthians 9:27, NLT). No one wakes up one morning and thinks...

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23
Oct
2022

Embracing Change

by Kayla Stoecklein

Our bodies are supposed to change. When we were children, these changes were celebrated and praised. In our home, I track how much my boys...

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16
Oct
2022

I believed unconsciously for a long time, even as I went to church and served God vocationally, that His grace applied to others but somehow I was too far gone. His grace didn’t apply to me. My addiction...

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09
Oct
2022

God’s Love Language

by Steven K. Scott

Do the Father and Jesus really want intimacy with us? As hard as it may be to believe, the answer to this question is a resounding yes. And that yes comes right from...

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02
Oct
2022

An Anchor for the Heart

by Joanna Weaver

Though I don’t know what you’ve gone through, my friend, I do know it’s impossible to live in this broken world without being sliced by its edges. It may be a daily battle for you to trust that God cares about your life. The foundation of your faith may seem so riddled...

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