All Things New

I love music. I’ve always loved music. But when I started playing a musical instrument in fourth grade, I had (and still do sometimes) a poor sense of rhythm. Each…

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God With Us

In December 1903, after many attempts, the Wright brothers successfully got their “flying machine” off the ground. Thrilled, they telegraphed this message to their sister Katherine: “We have actually flown…

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Send ME

Have you ever been in the presence of greatness? Perhaps you shook the hand of a world leader. Maybe you got close to a famous athlete. Or you may have…

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Living on Purpose

Life is defined by a series of choices. You may have heard the analogy before that just like great oak trees grow from tiny acorns, the decisions we make turn around and make us. We are who we are today because of decisions and choices we made years ago.

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A Man and a Cause

  Before he died in 1955 at the age of 24, the American actor James Dean starred in his second film Rebel without a Cause, in which he played a moody,…

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The Lost Art of Gratitude

  We take approximately 23,000 breaths every day, but when was the last time we thanked God for one of them? The process of inhaling oxygen and exhaling carbon dioxide…

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A Lesson in Suffering

Like Job, his wife, and friends, we struggle with the question: “Why am I, or the people I love suffering?” That’s why the age-old book of Job still speaks to us today.

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Partner in Salvation

God told Noah immediately after he left the ark about the conditions under which he and his descendants were to live. Unfortunately, most Sunday school lessons rarely deal with the stipulations of God’s covenant with humanity through Noah.

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