What’s the cost of reaching the top of your game? For an Olympic athlete, there are financial sacrifices, hours in training, and the stress of competing against the best in the world. In the ...

Trusting God is a practiced skill. It’s like the high-dive board at the pool. We jump off the side of the pool at first, maybe six inches. That seems easy enough, but for a beginner, it can be ...

What next, God, we want to know. That’s what we ask when we feel God’s prompting evaporate. You know what I mean. We feel God’s direction to give a huge check in the missionary offering, ...

How’s your Christmas season going? By that, how busy are you? What’s got your time tied up in knots? Do you have parties planned every weekend, maybe a school play with your kids? Perhaps you ...

It’s the Santa Claus thing. “You better be good, you better not cry. You better not pout, I’m telling you why …” We want on Santa’s good side so we can get the best presents. See, ...

When we apply for a job, it’s helpful to know what’s expected of us. It’s called our Job Description. It’s what we will be doing if we’re hired. Maybe we don’t want to keep the coffee ...

We all know the highly educated uncle who can tell us anything about anything but can’t make a good decision to save his life. Or the recent divorcee with a college degree who remarries on the ...

Snap a photo with your phone, and the camera inside will take an acceptable picture. You’ll occasionally get a good one, while from time to time you can expect to delete your image and retry the ...

Clothing makes the man. Or the woman. Even children fall into this axiom. As well as athletes, explorers, and religious leaders. What we wear affects how the world views us. If we dress as a ...

We can talk about truthfulness, about saying what’s there, telling it like it is, in other words, being plain and upfront. “State your case,” we demand, and we expect it to be the truth. On ...

The value of things is in what we will trade for them. In the summer of 2019, the newest mid-engine Corvette debuted on the world stage with a promised price tag of under $60,000. That’s far ...

Gardens are teaching paradises. The lessons we learn from planting and reaping are far-reaching, yet they are as immediate as the soil under our fingernails. It doesn’t matter if our garden ...

We picture the perfect Christian as soft-spoken and always willing to turn the other cheek. That’s our goal, yes, but it’s not how we’re hardwired. Our propensity for anger is a survival ...

What’s the cost of reaching the top of your game? For an Olympic athlete, there are financial sacrifices, hours in training, and the stress of competing against the best in the world. In the ...

Trusting God is a practiced skill. It’s like the high-dive board at the pool. We jump off the side of the pool at first, maybe six inches. That seems easy enough, but for a beginner, it can be ...

What next, God, we want to know. That’s what we ask when we feel God’s prompting evaporate. You know what I mean. We feel God’s direction to give a huge check in the missionary offering, ...

How’s your Christmas season going? By that, how busy are you? What’s got your time tied up in knots? Do you have parties planned every weekend, maybe a school play with your kids? Perhaps you ...

It’s the Santa Claus thing. “You better be good, you better not cry. You better not pout, I’m telling you why …” We want on Santa’s good side so we can get the best presents. See, ...

When we apply for a job, it’s helpful to know what’s expected of us. It’s called our Job Description. It’s what we will be doing if we’re hired. Maybe we don’t want to keep the coffee ...

We all know the highly educated uncle who can tell us anything about anything but can’t make a good decision to save his life. Or the recent divorcee with a college degree who remarries on the ...
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