Courage isn’t the absence of fear. Rather, it’s taking account of the total situation, evaluating our chance of success, and stepping out despite the odds others see as foolhardy. We run into ...

So, who hasn’t been to the grocery store and wanted to take it all home? We can’t put everything into our basket. We’d have no room. Some people select canned pineapple, others want fresh ...

Let’s make life easier. Simpler. Not as much trouble. Let’s take the most troublesome concept in Christian living and toss it on the trash heap. It’s that two-word phrase I ...

People run from storms. Fly over the coast when a hurricane is predicted. Freeways will be flooded with cars running from the storm before the weather even gets bad. Try looking a tornado in the ...

Nicodemus was a ruler of the Jews. Jesus was a mystery to him, and he came to the Master by night to discover what he was all about. Nicodemus was convinced that the miracles of Jesus must mean ...

It’s easy to say we love someone. Convincing them takes us to a new level. We must work at it. It’s the small things, like listening to them, being there when they need us, and going the extra ...

When a message carries importance, we can say it’s written in stone. No one has the right to alter it. The result is decided, and nothing will make us change our mind. Stone seems to convey ...

We are the center of the universe. In our heads, the sun, the stars, and the people who inhabit our world revolve around us. Everything they do is seen in the light of how it affects us. We plan ...

Sunshine is proven to lift our mood. It encourages the production of vitamin D and our most vital mood chemical, serotonin. It’s why winter is so hard in the far north, and a walk in the park ...

The reality of life is that we’re human. We can’t escape many of the pitfalls that come with everyday living. That’s why we carry insurance, practice preventative medicine, and have caution ...

How is an anchor useful? Oh, for boating, you say, and you’re right. Absolutely. How else, though? What’s the good in an anchor? It depends on the meaning of anchor we use. Merriam-Webster ...

Bethany Hamilton had every reason to give up. A professional surfer, in 2003 a shark attack took her left arm. No one would have blamed her for retreating into despair and never touching the water ...

We see news flashes of houses washed away in times of storm. Hurricanes, unexpected downpours, and even mudslides can wreak havoc on everything we’ve built. In 2014 a 4,000-square-foot mansion ...

Courage isn’t the absence of fear. Rather, it’s taking account of the total situation, evaluating our chance of success, and stepping out despite the odds others see as foolhardy. We run into ...

So, who hasn’t been to the grocery store and wanted to take it all home? We can’t put everything into our basket. We’d have no room. Some people select canned pineapple, others want fresh ...

Let’s make life easier. Simpler. Not as much trouble. Let’s take the most troublesome concept in Christian living and toss it on the trash heap. It’s that two-word phrase I ...

People run from storms. Fly over the coast when a hurricane is predicted. Freeways will be flooded with cars running from the storm before the weather even gets bad. Try looking a tornado in the ...

Nicodemus was a ruler of the Jews. Jesus was a mystery to him, and he came to the Master by night to discover what he was all about. Nicodemus was convinced that the miracles of Jesus must mean ...

It’s easy to say we love someone. Convincing them takes us to a new level. We must work at it. It’s the small things, like listening to them, being there when they need us, and going the extra ...

When a message carries importance, we can say it’s written in stone. No one has the right to alter it. The result is decided, and nothing will make us change our mind. Stone seems to convey ...
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