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ARE WE WEIGHTED DOWN?

The army of Alexander the Great was advancing on Persia. At one critical point, it appeared that his troops might be defeated. The soldiers had taken so much plunder from their previous campaigns that they had become weighted down and … Continue reading

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THE WORST SHIPWRECK

If asked what is the worst shipwreck of all times, what would you reply? There are some monumental and legendary ones: the Lusitania (1915); the Andrea Doria (1956); the Edmund Fitzgerald (1975). Perhaps you would say, “The Titanic.” While certainly … Continue reading

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War! Are we ready?

It was seven o’clock in the morning. Sitting close by in the doctor’s waiting room was a Little Rock policeman who obviously was getting ready to go on duty. I couldn’t help but notice the weight of all of his … Continue reading

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Our Concept of God

Don’t we find ourselves at times spiritually in a certain phase in our journey of faith? And maybe not even in a phase, but rather, more likely spiritually bankrupt? What do we do when we begin to feel this way? … Continue reading

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Longing to See

Each and every one of us brings our own experiences to the table. Our experiences, whether good or bad, influence greatly how we view the world in which we live. For so many of us, even the term “Christian” is … Continue reading

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EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION

The way information is processed and is passed evolves over time. From word to mouth, letters carried by the Pony Express to the latest blurb found on the internet, the way information is effectively shared and received continues to develop … Continue reading

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