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Rhythms

The word "rhythm" is defined as a strong, regular, repeated pattern of movement or sound. We rolled into February of this year in our regular rhythms and in March our apple carts were all upset. And now, we've had some time to reflect and look back, and see how it has affected us. We've been forced into doing some things like we've never known they could really be done l...

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Hedge of Protection

Job 1:8-10 Hedge of Protection Prayer...

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Everyone Needs A Barnabas

Everyone needs a Barnabas, so we should first answer the question, "What exactly is a Barnabas?" AtGotQuestions.orgwe read the following:"In the book of Acts, we find a Levite from Cyprus named Joses (Acts 4:36), whom the apostles called Barnabas. That nickname, translated 'Son of Encouragement' (Acts 4:36-37) ... was probably given to him because of his inclination to ser...

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2020 Summer Reading List

My 2020 Summer Reading List...

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Take New Ground

Do you recognize these two names? Frank Lillyman and Leonard Schroeder. Frank was the first parachutist from the 501st parachute infantry regiment to jump out of a C47 transport plane in the wee hours of D-Day, June 1944. He was the first American to parachute out into France. Leonard Schroeder was the first American soldier on the beach on D-Day. He landed at 6:15am. When...

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How To Fight Fair

It doesn't matter who you are, or how great your romance is, at some point in your marriage or any relationship really - you will find yourself in an argument. Let's discover how to reconcile our differences by answering the question, "How do we fight fair?" The bottom line is, all couples are going to fight. Healthy couples, though, will fight clean. Unhealthy couples w...

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Chess and Checkers

When our daughters were young, Darlene and I often enjoyed taking them for a meal at our local Cracker Barrel restaurant. And no excursion was complete unless we payed checkers near the fireplace. I would usually let them win when they were younger, but as they grew older, and became more sagacious in their moves, I had to, in mental fullness, enter into the contest if I ...

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An Open Letter to My Friend, Ravi

Dear Ravi, Darlene and I are praying for you and your lovely family during these days. I want you to know how much you mean to me personally. As I've been reflecting on your impact, so many things come to mind: The privilege that was mine of circumnavigating the world with you for two years; "Don't get excited" from our driver in NYC who we were pretty sure went to high s...

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How Can I Keep My Joy When Life’s Circumstances Are Changing All Around Me?

The apostle Paul founded the church at Philippi and had developed a close friendship with many of its members. At the beginning of his letter, (Philippians 1:12-21), Paul reminded the people (and us) that throughout the history of the world God has taken what seems to be a hindrance and obstacle, and, if His people stay patient and true to Him, converted it into a pulpit f...

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Where Do You Feel Most Secure?

Finding Shelter in the Most High Psalm 91...

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