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May 02, 2017

How to stay out of life’s bad ruts

Many years ago when the Western United States was being settled, most of the roads consisted only of wagon tracks. These tough roads were very hard to navigate, particularly because wagons ...

May 01, 2017

Making Each Moment Count

We all cherish the milestones and special events in the course of married life: the wedding and honeymoon, the birth of children, the twenty-fifth and fiftieth wedding anniversaries, the ...

April 27, 2017

How to spiritually re-calibrate

The apostle Paul was always one to use sports analogies when describing spiritual realities. That’s because many of the struggles athletes face in the heat of competition are a lot like the ...

April 19, 2017

How Jesus makes you new

British businessman Lindsay Clegg told a story about a London warehouse property he was selling. The building had been empty for months, and vandals had badly damaged the doors, smashed the ...

April 12, 2017

Can You See God in Your Pain?

Author: JULIE CLINTON

God never wastes our pain. He is gracious and wise to use it, if we'll let him, to grow and change us. The apostle Paul's life wasn't exactly easy…jail time, a shipwreck, being stoned. But ...

April 05, 2017

What Example Are You Setting For Your Children?

Unlikely as it sounds, I made the decision to become a Christian at three years of age. I remember the occasion clearly. I was attending a Sunday evening church service and was sitting near ...

April 05, 2017

Embrace the Hands and Feet of Jesus

Author: JULIE CLINTON

Ask most women today what they would like to be. Needy? Dependent? Clingy? Certainly not! Independent? Self-sufficient? Survivor? Yes! I was deeply moved recently by Carol Kent when she ...

March 29, 2017

How To Change Your Man

Author: JULIE CLINTON

Tim and I had a rough start to our marriage. We didn’t communicate well. Come to think of it, we didn’t do much of anything well. And of course, it was all his fault. So, I set about t