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Tender Little Flowers

Tender Little Flowers

Most parents would never think of themselves as being dysfunctional. They would also never imagine that they could be abusive to their children. But what does a dysfunctional family look like and how does a home become overtly dysfunctional? Dysfunctional families...
A Work in Progress

A Work in Progress

In C. S. Lewis’s book, Mere Christianity, he quotes 19th century preacher and author George MacDonald. He wrote, “Imagine yourself as a living house and God comes in to rebuild that house. At first, perhaps, you can understand what He is doing. He is getting the...
What Kept Her There?

What Kept Her There?

“Now there stood by the cross of Jesus His mother……” (John 19:25) The hands and feet of an infant are a marvel to behold! Mary had surely held her baby Jesus, stroking His plump little hands and feet. At the cross, she had seen them pierced mercilessly by huge...
Walls

Walls

With thousands from across the world wanting to enter the United States, there is quite a bit of discussion about controlling immigration. As a nation of laws, we have previously depended upon those from other countries to respect the rules for entering our country....
Identity Crisis

Identity Crisis

As a kid growing up in a small town, there were always those that seemed to be in the spotlight. Some were outgoing, sometimes comedic, while others were just downright brash. While a part of me wanted to be accepted, I just could not find the courage to compete for...
It’s Not What You Say …

It’s Not What You Say …

Dr. Adrian Rogers was once asked, “Do you believe that a Jew without Jesus is lost?” He remembered thinking at the time that if he said yes, then he would appear to be a racist or bigot. If he said no, he would dishonor the Lord Jesus Christ who died for the...
Faithful to the End

Faithful to the End

This week, many all over the world were reminded of the brevity of life and our own mortality. Often when a distant friend, relative or acquaintance passes, we take note, possibly pay our respects and quickly refocus our attention on the living. But when we lose...

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