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Soul Transformation
Bethany Doyle

Navigating The Wilderness

Life is made up of moments. There are significant moments, mundane moments, jubilee moments and sorrowful moments. Some moments shock us, overwhelm us, and maybe just “tickle us pink” as my grandmother would have said…

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Living Intentionally
Tim Fehl

Jesus or Barabbas?

One of the things I love the most about the Bible is how you can read the same thing a hundred times and get something new out of it almost every single time. How many other books in history…

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Living Intentionally
Kim Greenleaf

What Will the History Books Say?

Several years ago, I picked up a book from a church who was cleaning out old books from their library. The Christian History Devotional by J. Stephen Lang caught my eye because I have always been interested…

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Living Intentionally
B.J. VanKirk

A Change of Pace

“It is the Lord who goes before you. He will be with you; he will not leave you or forsake you. Do not fear or be dismayed.” – Deuteronomy 31:8
This may be one of the oddest and most troubling times…

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Living Intentionally
Brian Greenleaf

What Will They Remember?

Over six years ago, I attended a conference in Tampa, Florida. This conference was made up of 2000 pastors and ministry leaders from churches all around the world. While there…

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Loss
Christee Thomas

Am I an Orphan Now?

Everyone experiences someone passing away in their lives, and everyone deals with it differently. But when you lose both parents, are you an orphan? Here I am in my forties…

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Living Intentionally
Bethany Doyle

Embrace the Wait

We’re all familiar with the saying, “Patience is a virtue,” but have you ever tried explaining that to a child under the age of eight? Virtue can be a big word for a youngster trying…

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Relationships
B.J. VanKirk

Welcoming Others Well

As the upcoming holiday season comes upon us, I think of memories of years past of Thanksgiving dinners and Christmas parties. Those memories are usually at family members’ homes…

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