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It Must Be True, Right?

You have heard it said, “If you read it in the newspaper or hear it on television, then it must be true and accurate.” Sadly, we know that to not always be the case. There are many accurate, well written and well thought out news stories across all types of media outlets, but there are also times when the journalist […]

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Proper Breathing

Right now even as you read this post, there is one thing you are doing that you probably just take for granted. Assuming you have no medical condition that limits this necessary function, it just happens without you even thinking about it. Yes, you guessed it, breathing. Technically speaking, what this is called is respiration, or in other words, the […]

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Ugh, Not Another Sleepless Night!

Do you find yourself worrying or fretting any of these things – health, finances, relationships, children, aging parents, employment status? Do you find yourself tossing and turning at night, constantly thinking about one or more of those areas of your life? Do you regularly say to yourself, “If only I had (fill the blank)” or “If only I could (fill […]

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It Sure Is Dark Inside This Cave

Have you ever found yourself in a situation where you felt you were trapped and there was no escape route? Picture this – you and some friends decide to spend a Saturday exploring local caves. In the United States and Canada this recreational activity of exploring caves is called spelunking and in the United Kingdom and Ireland is called potholing. […]

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God’s Everlasting Arms

Do you find yourself in a situation where you feel squeezed? You feel like you have run out of options. You have done everything in your power to remedy the situation but you keep coming up empty. You have used up all your get out of jail free cards but you still feel trapped. It feels like you are free […]

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Life Often Feels Like A Roller Coaster

What has a vertical drop of 418 feet and goes 128 mph? Keep reading to find out the answer. Life is sometimes like a roller coaster. One minute you are slowly chugging up the hill and then the next minute you are plummeting down the other side at breakneck speed with the g-forces pushing you into your seat. Then all […]

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Help! Throw Me a Lifeline!

Psalm 40 is a good model to follow when sin keeps tripping you up. It begins in verses 1-5 with a praise to God for what He has already done, then in verses 6-10 King David testifies to his faithfulness to God, and finally, in verses 11-17, David appeals to God for help and protection. We encourage you to read […]

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The Proper Calibration

When building a deck, it is imperative that the builder follows the blueprints for the deck he or she is building and not the blueprints for someone’s deck. It is important to follow the correct instructions. Using the wrong blueprints will likely lead to a major mess; the deck will not fit together properly and it will also not be […]

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The Challenger Deep

The deepest part of the ocean is the called the Challenger Deep and it is located beneath the western Pacific Ocean in the southern end of the Mariana Trench, which is southwest of the U.S. territorial island of Guam. The Challenger Deep is approximately 36,000 feet deep, or in other words, just under seven miles. The Bible tells us that […]

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What Is On Your Refrigerator Door?

Have you ever felt lost, even as you were in a large crowd, almost like you were invisible? Have you ever felt alone and isolated, seemingly forgotten, as if “out of sight, out of mind” was really true? Today we want to share the story of a woman from the Old Testament who felt that way, until she had an […]

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