Living Lives

Either the Resurrection of Jesus Christ occurred fully, or it didn’t occur at all. There is no “in-between.” There can’t be. The Apostle Paul basically declared that if the Resurrection of Christ did occur, which we choose to believe fully, that’s one blessed truth which …

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A Time to Return

School attendance began in August for many in the country. Kids and adults now return to school in either August or September, because it’s part of the yearly calendar. But September was the month for returning to school all through my experience growing up. That …

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A Growth Perspective

Remember when you were told at a younger age, to “grow up!” Depending on who said it, and in what attitude, you either listened intently or tried to dismiss the comment. Regardless of pervasive “growing up” comments in our past, it is time for growth …

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Whatever Is True

When my children were still in Christian Elementary School, a scripture in the book of Philippians, in the New Testament of the Bible, became a centerpiece of learning and memorization. In the New Internationals Version (NIV) it reads: “… whatever is true, whatever is noble, …

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Love and Lincoln

February is the month of Valentine Love and a time of remembering Abraham Lincoln’s birth. Lincoln was born on February 12, 1809. Simply, he was one of our greatest presidents. He was a man who declared in his Second Inaugural, March 4, 1865, the sovereignty …

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Unto Us

December is the month of Christmas, the annual celebration of Christ’s birth. The day we recognize as Christmas is always December 25th. It is also the month of our Jewish friends celebrating Hanukkah. Hanukkah is a Jewish festival commemorating the recovery of Jerusalem and subsequent …

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Pillars are a lot like anchors. Both are sturdy, built to last, and designed to be immovable when in use. Pillars are building supports. Anchors are supports for sea-worthy vessels. We know the differences, but how often do we consider these? Let me ask a …

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