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Saturday

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June 2017

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COMMENTS

What Every Kid Needs From You

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“See you later, Mom. Love you,” they said as they sprang out of her car and walked towards our house. But before she headed to work for the day, she called her two children back to her. She put her arms around them and drew them close. Right there in my driveway, she prayed for […]

Monday

23

May 2016

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Sunshine – a morning prayer

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“The heavens declare the glory of God; the skies proclaim the work of his hands… The sun rises at one end of the heavens; nothing is deprived of its warmth. The law of the Lord is perfect, refreshing the soul” (paraphrased from Psalm 19). —- Lord, bathe me every morning in the sunlight of your Word. […]

Thursday

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July 2015

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COMMENTS

7 things I pray for my kids in a sex-obsessed world

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Our culture is obsessed with sex, sexiness and sexuality. Gender identity stories dominate news headlines. Companies hire supermodels to advertise their beverage (of course the supermodels would never drink the fattening drink). Hollywood romanticizes one-night stands: no pregnancies, no STDs, no wrecked ability to enjoy deep relationships. The internet has become the breeding ground of […]

Wednesday

11

February 2015

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4 tips for spending time with God

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The size, desperation and persistence of the crowds surely felt suffocating to Jesus. You can’t blame the crowds. If you had a chance to be healed, hear spectacular teaching and catch a glimpse of the one rumored to be the hope of Israel, you’d go running and pushing too. So how would Jesus keep a […]

Wednesday

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January 2014

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4 ways your family should act like a church

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When we lead our family well, it looks a lot like a really healthy church. I love that we learn the practices of the church in its infancy. Following the first ever “Christian sermon,” three thousand are baptized, and Acts 2:42-47 tells us what they did. While the same exercise would be healthy for a […]