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Posted by | April 1, 2016
What Occupies Our Time Will Tell Us Who We Are

How to keep from becoming victims of anti-social devices by detoxing from the screen The noise becomes loud enough to cause my head to hurt. My heart aches. And then my eyes...

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Posted by | March 27, 2016
Why Believers Should Speak the Truth Despite the Outcome

When a Christian no longer wants to listen to the truth I recently experienced a situation in which for years I've been burdened about one particular relative who has compromised...

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Posted by | December 31, 2015
Six Valuable Transformations to a Promising New Year

When it seems like discouragement abounds, we tend to look at the glass half full Here is a list, in no particular order, of 6 best practices for the homeschool...

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Posted by | December 21, 2015
Here Is What Happens When You Revisit Time in a Photo

It's delightful how every photo tells a story This one taken in 2012 reminds me of the time the Lord lead our family into new territory. We had moved to...

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Posted by | January 30, 2015
A Better Way to Absorb the Splendor of God’s Creation Out of Doors

How God's handiwork inspires our art The other day during a Bible study with a dear friend of mine, the topic of art and Christianity came up in conversation. We were...

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Posted by | May 5, 2014
Why I Repent Teaching in Secular Higher Education

An open letter of lament to my students This is my story.   What I am about to express opens up the code of silence that many Christian college faculty may...

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Posted by | March 27, 2014
When We’re Broken by a Church

God is ready to love and heal us as He guides us out God extended my life for another birthday. Thirty-nine. I am blessed to be alive as I am,...

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Posted by | March 9, 2014
Sackcloth and Ashes: A Sign of Repentance for Sin

How sin used to provoke humility and shame in full display In the Bible, sackcloth and ashes were worn as a sign of repentance for sin. Simply put, sackcloth and ashes was an...

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Posted by | October 5, 2013
A Better Way to Take Flight in the Homeschool Before Memories Slip Away

Just like the balloon that slipped away, so has the first week of homeschool I could never take back the failures I made in the homeschool, but I can only...

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Posted by | January 17, 2013
Why Leaving the Ministry May Be An Act of Obedience

Stepping down from the ministry may be a better way to honor God We knew a pastor’s father who once was a pastor but left the pastorate due to discouragement....

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