Category Archives: Christian Living

In Turbulent Times

In these times of polarization and political hostility, it is especially vital that we remember–and practice–the best parts of what we claim to believe. Continue reading

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Warm Blessing on a Chilly Day

As Charlie Daniels sang many years ago, “There’s some things in this world you just can’t explain.” Some of those things are mighty fine! Continue reading

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Kicking Against the Goad

What is the part of you that God has been working on the longest? What is the part that seems to be taking the most time and effort to re-shape into the reflected image of Christ? Continue reading

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Even Within These Walls

Don’t you love it when you see someone help others accomplish something good, especially when you know it wasn’t easy for them?! Continue reading

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Of Wisdom and Humility

Sometimes, the thing we don’t want to hear is the very thing we most need to hear. True friends aren’t afraid to say those things… or to hear them. Continue reading

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Spoke Van Winkle

Sometimes, the part that’s sore isn’t the only part that needs some rest… Continue reading

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Friends and the Art of Leftover Chili

What do leftover chili, great friendships and highly effective organizations have in common? The ability to retain individual traits, unity and greater purpose. With a little spice thrown in… Continue reading

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