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Go From Self-Critical to Worthy with One Simple Belief ?>

Go From Self-Critical to Worthy with One Simple Belief

During my senior year of high school, my class chose me to be Student County Commissioner for a Day. Students from each area school participated in a live session to discuss county affairs. We deliberated on budget issues, permit requests and various county matters. I didn’t see it then, but the Lord used that experience to speak to me about His calling in my life. Mustering courage is tough on your own. I was honored to take part in that…

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Ultimate Messages of Hope Right When You Need Them ?>

Ultimate Messages of Hope Right When You Need Them

A friend texted me today with despairing news. I scoured my memory for words to relieve her heart. And for a moment, I was at a loss. But then the words emerged. Come to find out, I had been looking for them in the wrong place. Tool Time Every moment represents need. Heartbreak, tragedy and loss are no discriminators of men. Within it all lies opportunity to share hope – the only Hope of the world. We just need the right…

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When a Shaky Heart Loses Faith to Stand ?>

When a Shaky Heart Loses Faith to Stand

While driving to work one day last week – it was Tuesday – I had no reason to suspect it wouldn’t be like every other morning’s commute. I drove the same roads, passed the same neighborhoods and schools and crossed the same train tracks that occasionally interject an unwelcomed delay. As I neared the final intersection before reaching my workplace, I didn’t know that in mere moments, lives would be forever changed. When approaching that intersection from the side road, it’s a…

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12 Authentic Ways to Be Known By Your Faith ?>

12 Authentic Ways to Be Known By Your Faith

In a world obsessed with appearances and good impressions, I’ve been known to sip the Kool-Aid and play the game a time or two. Maybe three. Or fifty-gazillion – but no more than that. Recently I was thinking about what I would like to be known for. Or better yet, what God would have me be known for. Is it that I’m polished, savvy and have my act together? Yes, that’s it! No, that’s not it. Because I’ve realized I’d rather be known for…

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