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How we respond matters

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How we respond matters

Our country is in turmoil, and how we respond matters. Do we remain silent? To do so condones the actions of others on both sides of the issue. Do we respond with righteous anger to prove our point? 

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True comfort: The alpha and the omega

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True comfort: The alpha and the omega

We know God created the earth, as well as the universe. We know God is beyond time and our limited imagining. But sometimes, we seem to forget this. It is in these moments when we need to cling to Scripture and the promises God makes throughout and remember: It’s about God’s way, not ours.

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Prayers big and small

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Prayers big and small

On how praying isn't simply asking for God’s help with life’s curveballs. It's about relationship.

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Your words make a lasting impression

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Your words make a lasting impression

On “filter” and faith. Practice taking a minute to think before you speak. The more you do it, the more it will become a habit. You’ll be surprised how joyful you, and those around you, will become. Our blog for this week, “Your Words Make A Lasting Impression,” by guest blogger Pam Horton.

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A Challenge of Why: Godly Whispers

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A Challenge of Why: Godly Whispers

God’s “why” is extremely clear, but for you and me, we must silence the noise and turn up God. As we have placed your faith in Jesus, our “why” is deeply rooted in our heart. May we have the encouragement to pursue God and let that “why” float to the surface. A blog on discovering and prioritizing our reasons for serving and loving the Lord.

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