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The Lion and the Wildebeest! Who Wins?

By Don Doran / a couple of years ago

Have you ever felt just totally confused? I have! I didn’t know which way to turn or what to do. I call it being “befuddled!” I am not talking about physically not knowing which way to turn, although it could happen that way also. I am really talking about spiritually, mentally and emotionally being confused […]

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War On The Home Front

By Phyllis Corbin / a couple of years ago

BIBLE STUDY LESSONS FROM THE BOOK OF NEHEMIAH Lesson # 1 WAR ON THE HOME FRONT PART ONE War has been declared on the family. At one time we enjoyed a social charter where you could trust the church and society, in general, to live up to a certain code of behavior. Although churches did […]

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Reunited With The Father

By Lisa Peter / a couple of years ago

Reunited With The Father Browse Browse revisions I recall my mother reading Bible stories to my brother and me when we were young. Sometimes she would ask us which story we would like to hear. My brother, Darrin loved to hear about the prodigal son. This is found in Luke chapter 15… This parable is […]

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Memories

By Sheri Boulet / a couple of years ago

Another year is about to bite the dust. So, as I have time on my hands while caring for my injured son, I have been reflecting on the past year. So many wonderful things have happened, and so many not so wonderful. Back in February, I got my current job. I was so excited and […]

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The Dangers of Admiring a Harlot

By scott phillips / a couple of years ago

The Dangers of Admiring A Harlot ” ….I saw the woman drunken with the blood of the saints, and with the blood of the martyrs of Jesus: and when I saw her, I wondered with great admiration…..” The past few days I have had the joy of having an unexpected visit from a long time […]

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Stressed = Desserts

By Mathias Newman / a couple of years ago

Stressed = Desserts Many times we come across that awful thing called stress. Why do we waste our time giving it attention? Are we really “overloaded” that we cannot operate normally? Perspective comes in at this time. THERE IS A WORLD OUTSIDE SPINNING. It won’t stop because of our stress. Even our world won’t stop […]

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Letting Go While Holding On

By Sheri Boulet / a couple of years ago

To My Dearest Baby Girl, You are the dream of my heart. And it is with more sadness than I have ever fathomed that I prepare for you to leave. 21 years ago as I pressed my hand to my abdomen to feel you move within this day seemed unimaginable. And yet time can be […]

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Hide and Seek

By Kaylynn Schrack / a couple of years ago

It was so great when you found everyone then your team won! I wonder how many times God has to play hide and seek with us just to find us? The first game of Hide and seek was played in the garden of Eden with Adam and Eve, He had to find them after they […]

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No More Excuses

By Daniel Elmore / a couple of years ago

No More Excuses Finally, I pulled into the driveway after a hard day’s work. Getting out of my car I noticed my neighbor walking across the lawn in my direction.”Hey, Jim how are you doing today?” “I’m doing alright”, he replied. Knowing how much stuff I had to get done and that I had to […]

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“Blended Family” Is An Oxymoron

By Christine Carney / a couple of years ago

In the early 1970’s, a group of evil masterminds-NO! A close-knit, money-grubbing, over-educated family of psychiatrists, psychologists and LISW’s had a brilliant idea.  In order to maintain their job security, they needed to secure a client base of returning customers. Since divorce was on the rise, these brilliant beacons of psycho-enlightenment decided to place a pretty little bow on the […]

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