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IMMEDIATE RESPONSES

We are living in a generation that moves at a fast pace.  With technology developing as quickly as it is today, it seems that if we blink or take time to catch our breath, we find ourselves falling behind.  We have become accustomed to having what we want when we want it.  Microwave popcorn, text messages, drive-thru meals.  The cell phone rings and we are needed for something, somewhere.  ... Read More »

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Choose Wisely

Sometimes the choices we make don’t seem to matter too much. For example, what we decide to wear today will most likely be forgotten tomorrow. But many of the choices we make on a daily basis do make a difference. They can impact us individually, as well as those closest to us. And some of those choices we will make today will determine what our lives will be like tomorrow, and in the years to come.  Whether ... Read More »

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One Purpose: Life

For the Christian, Holy Week is the pinnacle of our faith. It is our time to remember, meditate and mourn at the cross, but eventually celebrate at Easter. As with each year, this spring, if you let your imagination go for just a short while, you can almost hear the sounds and see the imagery that is portrayed in the artistry of God’s plan as it’s painted on a canvas of redemption for those who believe.  ... Read More »

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Finish Strong

It's 1968, in Mexico City. The Olympic Games are about to wrap up with the final event on the program, the men’s marathon. Olympic stadium is packed and in a frenzy as the first athlete enters the stadium. It’s an Ethiopian runner, named Mamo Wolde. As he crosses the finish line, the crowd erupts in cheers and applause. Way back in the field of runners is a man representing his country of Tanzania, John ... Read More »

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BUT GOD

Words are the vessels we use to convey our thoughts, feelings, intent, and our heart in any given situation. The words we choose to convey any emotion can be powerful. And in the right sequence, they can actually give life, or death, to the listener. The apostle Paul, writing under the influence of the Holy Spirit chose two words that illustrate the life-giving power of words. These two words, used in this sequence, ... Read More »

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