Month: November 2017

HOW TO BE THANKFUL WHEN YOU DON’T FEEL THANKFUL

HOW TO BE THANKFUL WHEN YOU DON’T FEEL THANKFUL

In nearly every retail store around, colorful pumpkins of all sizes hold charming fall table cloths in place. Be Thankful and Give Thanks¬†are beautifully stenciled on them announcing the season that’s upon us. But, what if you don’t feel very thankful right now? Yes, we all have something to be thankful for. That’s true. But…

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THE EMPTY SEATS

THE EMPTY SEATS

An unborn child and a mother lie connected in the grave. A toddler’s bed lined with sheets that go unfilled. A pastor’s dreams for his daughter – stolen. Do we feel their pain? A season of goodwill should be budding; ready to burst forth in all its beauty but a dam holds it back. A…

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A CONTEST FOR YOU

A CONTEST FOR YOU

The vibrant leaves that glide gracefully from the tree tops in my neighborhood announce November’s arrival. And I love it. A most wonderful time of year where compassion and generosity are as strong in the air as the smell of pumpkin pie and coffee. Which I also love. There is something else that brings me…

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MOMMY NEEDS JESUS TOO

MOMMY NEEDS JESUS TOO

In order for a person to earn the title of teacher, they must first become a bit of an expert. Extensive education, experience, or both, paves the way for them to one day instruct others. A head chef doesn’t make his way to the top without being a cook first. A chief executive officer doesn’t…

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