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    “And when they had broken through…”

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    I’d read the story many times. It was so familiar. Jesus is teaching and a paraplegic is brought to Him by his friends. Unable to get through the crowd squeezing in the house, they determine to take their friend up to the roof, break through …

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  • Teach Kids Give Thanks

    Give Thanks, Always

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    It’s that time of the year again. The leaves are falling, the temperature dropping and the light disappears earlier in the afternoon. It’s time again for another triple holiday: Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Years are here again. Thanksgiving is a wonderful holiday time. A time …

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  • Baby Elephant

    Broken Chains

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    Do you know how they train elephants for the circus? It’s interesting. When they are “little” babies – 300 pound babies! –  a chain is placed around their ankle and attached to a stake in the ground. When the baby elephant realizes he is chained, …

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  • Blog Graphic Is It My Imagination

    Is it my imagination?

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    Faith has never been a problem for me, as a matter of fact, from my earliest memories I can never remember a day in my life that I didn’t believe and exercise my faith.  Yes sir, not only have I always had faith, but there …

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  • Violet.best

    Violet’s Surprise

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    I’m not much of a gardener. In fact, truth be told, I don’t even like gardening. I feel sacrilegious even saying that, seeing that I live in the Northwest where everyone gardens. I get green with envy (pun intended) when I see the pristine, well-tended, …

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  • Sayyes

    Say ‘yes’ to what’s next

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    Recently I came across an excerpt of John Wesley’s personal journal that both moved and challenged me. May 5th: A.M: Preached in St. Ann’s; was asked not to come back. P.M: Preached at St. John’s; deacons said, ‘Get out and stay out.’ May 12th: A.M: …

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  • Father And Son

    A Dad’s Journey (A Parent in Process): Part 2

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    A while ago I watched as my son chased a ball he missed while we were playing catch. I cried out to watch for cars–too late. He was in the street as a Mercedes SUV came to a stop. He didn’t see the SUV until …

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    A Dad’s journey (A Parent in Process) Part 1

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    I’m a believer, a minister, an employee, a husband and I’m a dad. I had a long time to think about being a dad–now I am one. It’s not what I imagined it would be, it’s better. It’s challenging and it changes the way a …

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  • Feet In Sand

    It’s time

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    Recently, I’ve noticed something. God’s a little quieter than usual. But I can feel Him at work more than ever. Something has changed. Something has shifted. Like the calm before the storm, I feel like heaven is wanting to explode. In my own vulnerability I am …

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  • 12th Man

    This is Just the Beginning of Something

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      I realize I may elicit the ire of some for “spiritualizing” the Super Bowl, but I believe ALL of life is spiritual. Too often we tend to compartmentalize our lives into the secular and the spiritual when, in fact, God is in everything. SEA—H-A-W-K-S …..Go Hawks! …

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