Your Appointed Time
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Your Appointed Time

Job 14:13 “”I wish you would hide me in the grave and forget me there until your anger has passed. But mark your calendar to think of me again!” I have heard this phrase repeated over and over, around the world. It is so very easy to get caught up in the Christian Vocabulary and...

Seeing From Afar Off
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Seeing From Afar Off

 Am I a God at hand, saith the Lord, and not a God afar off? -Jeremiah 23:23 In Genesis 22, Abraham had just been heard the voice of God speak something that made him question every area of his faith. “Sacrifice my son?” I’m sure with tears streaming down his face, he raised his head again...

In the Storm
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In the Storm

If your summers are anything like the ones in North Carolina, you are familiar with the afternoon thunderstorm. I recently was stranded inside of a store, because of a torrential downpour that suddenly appeared, flooding the area with rain over a span of fifteen minutes. Our own personal lives can be exactly like this, and...

Mothers Mold the World
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Mothers Mold the World

Imagine being a thirteen year old girl, probably running around playing in the dirt, when all of a sudden, a bright flash of light streaks across in front of you. Out of nowhere appears a man you’ve never seen and tells you, “hey, you’re going to have a son. He’s going to save the world,...

Hard Reset
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Hard Reset

If you have ever even touched a computer or smartphone, I am sure you are aware of the following experience. You are working on your device and all of a sudden, things begin slowing down, something stops working, and now it’s stuck. If you are on a PC, you get the blue screen or spinning...

Regain Your Momentum
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Regain Your Momentum

It can be quite easy, and sometimes convenient to get comfortable in the everyday ritual of life. Get up, dress the kids, go to work, pick up the kids, fix dinner, and go to bed. Repeat. Certainly, there must be more to life than this! 

Let Go & Let God
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Let Go & Let God

Click, click, click went the sound of the rollar coaster I was on as it neard the peak of the first hill some three hundred feet in the air. This can be a very nerve-wrecking moment for many, those few milliseconds when the car is between ascending and descending the first drop. And then it...

Choosing to Forgive
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Choosing to Forgive

Probably one of the most nerve-wracking experiences my first year in junior high was awaiting the return of the love note response I sent up to Jennifer, a high school freshman. You know, the one that says, “Do you like me?” Check Yes or No. Even at the early age of twelve I had big...

Moving Forward When Grounded
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Moving Forward When Grounded

“Tip-tap” was the sound echoing in my ear as the airline worker tapped on her computer keyboard. I had just finished a 15 day tour in Brazil with my friend Ben Cerullo, and we were tired. The entire team was tired. We had flown nine hours from Sao Paulo into Chicago, only to desparately endure a...

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