Tag Archives: Joshua 24:15

It’s All About Choices

The Mayo Clinic did some research into the reasons for human happiness and came up with this conclusion: “People who are happy seem to intuitively know that their happiness is the sum of their life choices.” While this may seem … Continue reading

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Choose Carefully

Danny Clark is a highly regarded quarterback from Akron, Ohio. Clark, a 6-foot-4, 230 pound high school senior, grew up rooting for the Ohio State Buckeyes. He was elated when the Buckeyes recruited him, and he committed to Ohio State … Continue reading

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Your Turn to Choose

Remember those painful moments on the playground or in gym class when kids would choose sides for team sports? The captains of each team would dutifully pick who they thought were the best players until finally everyone had been chosen. … Continue reading

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Building with the Word

My wife and I are building a house out in the country. The roof is shingled, the windows and doors are in and the siding is now going up on the outside walls. It is now starting to look like the … Continue reading

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Strange Conditions

Cuban president Raul Castro recently visited Pope Francis at the Vatican. Castro had praise for the pope, with whom he met privately for about an hour. Castro later promised a warm welcome for Francis when he comes to Cuba for … Continue reading

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Say that Again?

Former major league baseball great Yogi Berra is well-known for his unique way of expressing himself verbally. Some of his unforgettable one-liners include: You can observe a lot by watching. A nickel ain’t worth a dime anymore. Baseball is 90% … Continue reading

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Which Team?

One  of the nation’s top basketball prospects, Ohio power forward Carlton Bragg, recently announced where he would be playing college basketball. At a news conference at his high school Thursday, Bragg pulled out a KU cap, which stands for Kansas … Continue reading

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True Colors

A Massachusetts fisherman recently caught a rare lobster that is half orange and half black, with the colors split down the middle. Such coloration is estimated to occur only once in every 50 million lobsters. Far more common are people … Continue reading

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Choices, Good and Bad

Cynthia Nixon Actress Cynthia Nixon has caused quite a stir in the homosexual community by saying that she made a conscious choice to be a homosexual. Nixon has been in a relationship with a woman for eight years. Before that, … Continue reading

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