Category Archives: Christian Living

We Remember

Today is the nineteenth anniversary of the September 11 terrorist attack on the United States. Anyone who is old enough to remember the horrific event will never forget where they were or what they were doing when they first heard … Continue reading

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Bringing People to Jesus

The second chapter of Mark’s gospel begins with a rather remarkable story. Jesus was preaching the word of God to people in a crowded house. Some men carried a paralyzed friend to the house, hoping Jesus could help him. However, … Continue reading

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Rest for the Weary

Labor Day weekend is a time of rest and relaxation for most Americans. Many will get an extra day off to spend time with family, recovering from the rigors of work and taking a short break from everyday responsibilities. Many … Continue reading

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Empathy

These days it’s hard to know if someone is applying hand sanitizer or wringing their hands over all that’s happening in the world! We are still suffering in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic. Many people are hurting financially, in … Continue reading

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One-Issue Voter

I am a one-issue voter, and I have been for many years. I always vote for pro-life candidates in state and national elections. Some may say that I should widen my focus, but nothing has deterred me from this standard … Continue reading

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Thoroughly Equipped

A friend of mind just finished reading through the entire Bible for the first time. As I congratulated him for his achievement, I told him that he had done something that many Christians never accomplish in their lifetime. It is … Continue reading

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What We Stand For

A few days ago I drove by a small church that had a sign in their front parking lot. The sign was so interesting that I drove by a second time to make sure I didn’t miss any of what … Continue reading

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Change

Someone recently said, “You are not supposed to change Scripture. Scripture is supposed to change you.” This statement is profoundly true, and it leads us to some deep insights if we take the time to reflect on what it means. … Continue reading

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Missing Out

It seems unusual to have an NBA season go on without Golden State Warriors star Stephen Curry. Curry led his team to three championships in five years. He won back-to-back MVP awards. Yet Curry is not playing in the restart … Continue reading

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And Then He Died

Many years ago, there was a merchant in London named Henry Goodyear who was a religious sceptic. He was very much inclined to scoff at the Bible and its teachings. Goodyear had a niece who was a follower of Jesus … Continue reading

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