Fear Not by Carmen Anderson

As a child, my parents would occasionally leave Becky and me at home when they needed to go somewhere. My sister was old enough to “be in charge," so it was fine. I remember one time, however, that she wanted to watch a scary movie. I protested and retreated to our...

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The Reality of Interrelatedness by Neil Boggan

“When you love something, you grant it soul, you see its soul, and you let its soul touch yours. …In fact, until you can appreciate and even delight in the soul of other things…I doubt if you have discovered your own soul either.” - Richard...

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Half Truths Some Christians Believe by Dr. Jim Lewis

The title of Adam Hamilton's new book Half Truths seems appropriate in this fake news era.  Hamilton explores these infamous half truths: "Everything happens for a reason," "God helps those who help themselves," "God won't give you more than you can handle," "God said...

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Too Blessed to Be Stressed by Kate Jenkins

LOL. I’m always stressed. At all times. I’m a full-time college student. I am involved heavily on campus. I am an officer in my sorority. I am a deacon. I work almost 30 hours a week. I got a lot going on.   I want to be a super woman. I want...

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God’s Attention Span by Theresa Jennings

It seems the older I get, the shorter my attention span and the less I remember.  Sometimes I need my telephone landline to locate where I absentmindedly left my mobile phone!  Twenty -three years ago when I found myself to be a widowed, single...

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Entitlement in Sports by Tommy Sexton

I’ve been involved with athletics for most of my adult life, at least from the administrative side of the athletic industry. I have no shame in admitting that I do not have much talent for playing any sports. As a matter of fact, I may have been one of the few people...

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