Monthly Archives: August 2012

An Everyday Kind of Joy

I’m often blessed by men and women with the attitude described below by Oswald Chambers. From time to time I return to his writings and today these words seem especially applicable. Choose today not to settle for what the world describes … Continue reading

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We Can Trust Our Guide

I remember being dropped in an unfamiliar location with only a map and compass, along with instructions to find my way back to the assembly area. Needless to say, it was a challenge, but all part of the learning experience. I … Continue reading

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Jesus on Facebook, Twitter and Blogs

Recently, while reading a Christian leader’s blog, I couldn’t help but wonder, “What kind of posts would Jesus write?” Would He be direct? Sarcastic? Critical? Hmmm…I wonder. Obviously social media wasn’t around then, but there was social-networking, and His ministry … Continue reading

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Do You Have Marriage “Ground Rules”?

In conversations with couples, I’ve found an interesting thing. Many have never discussed the “Ground Rules” of their marriage and home. There may be hopes and expectations, but that’s simply not enough. If you don’t have some predetermined boundaries, then … Continue reading

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