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From the Bible, we know that it is God who fights for us and wins battles
To avoid judgmentalism and hypocrisy, we must look to a standard above our own.
Winter is a great time to think about the “bushel” of stuff that we have in our lives
It seems everywhere you look and on every level people are gridlocked
Fear takes any number of guises
The Scriptures advise, “A good name is rather to be chosen than great riches.”
“In that beleaguered and beautiful land, the prayer endures.”
It is now time to look at the work and life of Jesus Christ.
“My English-speaking brain always reads those words ‘Stille nacht’ as ‘Still night.’”
Sometimes it takes going half way around the world to learn how to “keep in step” as I journey.
One reason to slow down and simply enjoy the holiday time is that the holidays aren’t about getting enough.
If I’m honest, this time of year is the hardest for me mentally and emotionally.
Take time to consider what really matters.
Kenai church debuts blue facade
Jesus pointed out the well water satisfies thirst for a while, but “whosoever drinks of the water I shall give shall never thirst.”
More than ever, everyone seems to have an opinion on every subject and to be quite animated that their side is the only one that is right.
Most people are tempted at one time or another to compromise their integrity.
Have you ever had one of those “in the pits” days … or weeks … or —?
In the beginning, God said, “Let there be light.”
Becoming so wrapped up in looking good and even in being good causes us to sacrifice relationships.