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The Most Interesting Man

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In the event that you missed the headlines of recent weeks, you will be surprised to learn that “The Most Interesting Man in the World” has been retired. In fact, he has been exiled to Mars. You know of who I speak, the man who is so suave and so distinguished that “when in...

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Children of God

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The soil was cold. It clung to your skin as you moved your hand around in dirt. As we poured the soil into each pan, pans that later that evening people would use to write their confessions, I thought of how Ash Wednesday strikes at our beings, perfectly flawed and in desperate need of...

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Finding Home

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There is a poignant scene in the movie “The Blind Side.” The Touhys welcome Michael, a homeless teen, into their home. As Mrs. Touhy shows Michael his bedroom, he says, “I never had one before.” Clarifying, Mrs. Touhy asks, “A room to yourself?” “A...

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Cupcakes and God's Grace

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Hebrews 10:24-25 says "And let us consider how we may spur one another on toward love and good deeds, not giving up meeting together, as some are in the habit of doing, but encouraging one another—and all the more as you see the Day approaching." This verse was wonderfully illustrated by...

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The Sanders' Journey Through the Foster System

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Carter and I always knew that we wanted to open up our home in some form to children in need. When we first married, we thought that adoption was the avenue that the Lord would use, but years passed and our family kept growing and our hearts slowly changed. 4 children later and that calling for...

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Preparing for the Election

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Do you remember the first day of college and the anxiety of sitting in a classroom with a new professor, new classmates and a syllabus that seemed impossible to accomplish in 16 weeks? The excitement, anticipation and fear of the moment were almost overwhelming, especially after the 4th or 5th...

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Home for Christmas

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One of the traditions of Christmas is traveling to be with family. Growing up an Air Force brat, I learned that no matter where we were stationed, we always found our way “home” for Christmas. Likewise, my wife and I make our way back “home” for Christmas each year, a...

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Lions and Pastors and Refugees, Oh my!

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It had been a long, but rewarding week. I was leading in a pastors’ conference at Mt. Meru University near Arusha, Tanzania. Before returning to the U.S., we went on safari in the nearby Ngorongoro Highlands. We saw all the animals you would expect, including elephants, giraffes, and...

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Grandma's Bible

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One of the treasures I possess is The Living Bible that belonged to my Grandma Bessie. Grandma lived to be 99 and was a godly influence in my life and faith. She loved the Lord Jesus and she loved her church. As a boy, I loved to sit by her in church because her gentle hand would caress my arms...

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Trophies that Matter

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Pittsburgh Steeler defensive lineman, James Harrison, made news last week by decrying the participation trophies his sons, ages 6 and 8, recently brought home. So offended was Harrison that he took the trophies from his sons and returned them to the league decrying they had not been earned...

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