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Donuts…

DONUTS There was a boy by the name of Steve who was attending school in Utah. Brother Christianson taught at this particular school. He had an open-door policy and would take in any student that had been thrown out of … Continue reading

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A B C’s Advice to Parents about Children

ADVICE TO PARENTS ABOUT CHILDREN A – Always trust them to God’s care B – Bring them to church C – Challenge them to high goals D – Delight in their achievements E – Exalt the Lord in their presence … Continue reading

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20 things I learned at 20

“20 things I learned at 20 1. You can have only one best friend and that best friend can only be you. Because you may come across a dozen lovely people but the only one who can keep the ‘forever’ … Continue reading

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Personal Prison The worst kind of prison that a person can be in, is a prison to self. Being in bondage to someone or something that it leaves you desperate for something or someone else. Or it also leaves you … Continue reading

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just a quick thought….on types of people

Somebody has well said that there are only two kinds of people in the world: There are those who wake up in the morning and say, “Good morning, Lord,” and there are those who wake up in the morning and … Continue reading

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full or empty ??

FULL OR EMPTY? By Heather Spears Kallus There are many people in our world.  Yes, and people can be so very different in their views, temperaments, attitudes, and personalities.  Some of us can be easy-going, flexible, and upbeat, while others … Continue reading

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Ash Wednesday

ASH WEDNESDAY   Today is Ash Wednesday, the first day of the Christian season of Lent. Lent comes from the Old English term for “lengthen.”  As Easter approaches the amount of daylight grows longer.   More than a thousand years … Continue reading

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a Pebble story

Many years ago in a small  village, a farmer had the misfortune of owing a large sum of money to a village moneylender. The moneylender, who was an awful, mean man, fancied the farmer’s beautiful daughter. So he proposed a … Continue reading

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Are you Tired…

aren’t you tired yet? And it’s a question we need to wrestle with every day. Are you tired yet? Tired of always trying to look like the smartest person in the room? Tired of always having to be right? Tired … Continue reading

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a twist on the Prodigal Son

FATHER, GIVE ME MY SHARE OF THE ESTATE   A long time ago, Jesus old a story about what it is like to come home. Specifically, what it’s like to come home to our Father in heaven with no more … Continue reading

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