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  • Crazy Little Things Called Love by Beth K. Vogt
    What if Your Worst Mistake Was Really the Best Choice?
    Marriage is serious business — both for the couple tying the knot and for wedding vendors, with the average cost of an American wedding topping $25,000. As budgets get stretched, so can fraying nerves and already-taut emotions, as captured...
  • Prayers
    Praying for your family, friends and enemies
    Praying for others is a crucial part of the Christian life and should be intertwined into our everyday lives. Sometimes its easy to get caught up in praying only for our own needs, especially during tough times, but we should then try and direct...
  • 'Growing Stronger: 12 Guidelines Designed to Turn Your Darkest Hour into Your Greatest Victory,' by Mary Beth Woll & Paul Meier MD
    "...an easy-to-understand, faith-based resource for women in crisis"
    Psychiatrist Dr. Paul Meier joins with co-author and Meier Clinic therapist Mary Beth Woll to pen Growing Stronger, an easy-to-understand, faith-based resource for women in crisis. Crisis brings awareness of "the need for change," writes...
  • Columbia Biblical Studies: Thursday, July 2
    Desire gives birth to sin and sin gives birth to death
    Today’sbible studyisJames 1:13-15: When tempted, no one should say, "God is tempting me." For God cannot be tempted by evil, nor does he tempt anyone; but each person is tempted when they are dragged away by their own evil desire...
  • Seek God's Glory
    Operating in Christ’s preeminence ushers in God’s Glory
    A Daily Word from the Word for Thursday, July 2, 2015“And [Moses] said, ‘Please, show me Your glory.’” – Exodus 33:18 It is here (Exodus 33:18) that Moses asks God to show him His Glory. Moses’ name means &ldquo...
  • Using their talents to win
    Women's soccer team setting the stage for victory on two fronts
    This writer was never so excited about soccer until the Women's team advanced to the finals last night with their win over first place Germany (2-0) last night. Last year, the men's team lost to Belgium in overtime (2-1) which knocked them...
  • Indiana's important new rape law becomes effective today
    Indiana's important new rape law becomes effective today
    Jenny's Law, which extends the statute of limitations for certain types of rape, became effective today in Indiana. In the Hoosier state, most laws passed by the legislature become effective on July 1 of the year they are passed. Jenny's...
  • Believe God for the impossible
    Are you confining God’s promises?
    A Daily Word from the Word for Wednesday, July 1, 2015“And because of God’s glory and excellence, He has given us great and precious promises.” – 2 Peter 1:4aSome months ago, I had a dream that I was in jail. I didn’t...
  • Fleas, spiders and the nature of God
    Fleas, spiders and the nature of God
    The article I published the other day dealt with a common aphorism that goes, "Human beings arguing about the nature of God is like the fleas arguing about the nature of the dog." This stinging quip gets to all of us because it is very...
  • Very serene moment
    Safety concerns went far beyond female tennis players
    The safety of sports people were paramount in this day of attacks. It wasn't what happened to well-known tennis player, Monica Seles,22 years ago. With the attacks in France, and the Boston bombing stillfresh in the minds of those affected,...
  • Letters From My Father's Murderer by Laurie A. Coombs
    Laurie A. Coombs Talks About Forgiving the Unforgiveable
    If you asked anyone who knew Laurie A. Coombs, they would tell you what an incredibly strong person she was — the kind of person who can make it through anything. As Coombs details in her new memoir, Letters from My Father’s Murderer:...
  • Meditate on what you want to relive
    Meditate on what you want to relive
    Reflecting on something gives you the chance to experience it twice. When people go on vacation, they take pictures so they can have memories of the trip long after the vacation is over. That's a very good way to remember your summer vacation...
  • Columbia Biblical Studies: Wednesday, July 1
    The Bread of Life nourishes the spirit
    Today’sbible studyisDeuteronomy 8:3: He humbled you, causing you to hunger and then feeding you with manna, which neither you nor your ancestors had known, to teach you that man does not live on bread alone but on every word that comes from...
  • Dog Thoughts
    Knowing the bible or Knowing God?
    "You study the scriptures diligently, because you think in them you have eternal life. These are the scriptures that testify of me. Yet you refuse to come to me to have life." John 5:39-40I often say I like Bob Dylan. I have even said I...
  • Are we grossly underestimating our animals?
    Are we grossly underestimating our animals?
    In my endless quest to take EVERYTHING into consideration, I have had one particular story floating around looking for its place in my mind. It is the story of Donnie, a Doberman who was rescued from an abusive situation by, coincidentally, a...
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