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Poisonous Root

I have known people who have chronic physical pain, at least one with intense back and hip problems, who still smile and generally speak to neighbors and family with warmth. 746 more words


The Basics for Living a Meaningful, Balanced, and Godly Life

SOURCE:  Dr. Bill Bellican

(1) The most important decision in life is the one made by you concerning Jesus Christ.

God has said that everyone who sins must pay the penalty for his/her sins, and there is no one, including you, who is righteous and free from sin. 899 more words

Spiritual Growth-Transformation

Please Stop Gossiping, Christian

Gossip is verbal homicide.

It slays people, relationships, and reputations.

Its destructiveness, like a nuclear disaster, can’t really be measured for years.

It tears down individuals, marriages, churches, and families. 306 more words


The confessions of a recovering Little Miss (Un)helpful.

When we were very young, my parents bought me and my sisters each a storybook in the Little Miss series by Roger Hargreaves. The books are small, slim paperbacks that follow the lives of their titular cartoon characters: Emily got… 1,177 more words


30 Seconds On Grace

Christian, the grace you extend is the grace you really believe in.

If you do not forgive the sins and mistakes of others, it is because, regardless of what you say, you do not approach God with the posture of one who has been forgiven of wrongdoing. 114 more words


Discipleship Requires Relationship

Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all that I have commanded you.

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Christian Women

How a Little Acorn Helped Reassure a Nut Like Me

There are two kinds of people in this world, throwers and savers (or hoarders, if your saving has breached the clinical level). I’m a thrower married to a saver, which means I have thrown out some stuff I later wished I’d kept, and my husband has saved a lot of stuff we haven’t used in ages and probably never will. 1,010 more words

Christian Women