Faith
January 23, 2018

The Bible in a Year…or Two and a Half

Did you resolve to read the Bible in a year in 2018? Are you staying on track with your reading plan? Even though I grew up in the Church, I…

Culture
January 22, 2018

New Year, New You

If there was a Scrooge for New Year’s Day, it would be me. My hate of New Year’s Day has been a long standing hate that grows deeper with each…

Christian Life
January 22, 2018

Losing and Winning

My friend and his wife used to argue all the time. It got to the point that they needed to hire a marriage counselor, or “referee” as my friend called…

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Jesus is a Miracle Worker

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January 16, 2018

Fresh Starts

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Love Him to Obey Him

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January 14, 2018

Jesus, Wake Me Up!

Today is the day when we celebrate the legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr. The day when we recognize the progress we’ve made toward racial justice and when we acknowledge…

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Christian Life
January 14, 2018

Speaking the Language

This is a confession. I confess to you, dear reader, that I have a disgusting habit. I confess to you that I am frequent user of the Christianese language. Does…

Christian Life
January 12, 2018

We Just Had an Epiphany

What takes up most of your time? What do you spend the most time doing? Would you notice if something new appeared in that setting? This past Sunday marked the…

Faith
January 11, 2018

A Truth and a Prayer

a Guest Post by Hollie Gomez The truth about who Jesus is and what He has done does not change. My displaced anger, disappointment, confusion, impatience and rebelliousness does not…

Faith
January 10, 2018

Confessions of a Medical School Dropout

For most of my life, I envisioned one sure thing in my future—becoming a doctor. When I was a little girl and adults asked me what I wanted to be…

Christian Life
January 10, 2018

Not to Get Political

In November of 2017 I voted for Donald Trump. My BFF, sister in the Lord, voted for Hillary Clinton. We both opted for “the less of the two evils”. We…

Faith
January 9, 2018

Our Healer Loves to Heal

Part 1 of a series entitled, “God Heals Aremini.” “Aremini, God want’s you to walk today if you would like to.” These are the words that were spoken while visiting…