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Starting in Faith

When you’re the world’s best at age 18, what’s next?

It was 2002, at the young age of 18, that Kelly Clark became the first American female to win an Olympic Gold Medal in snowboarding.  It was a short 2 year trip from that mountain top experience to a feeling of complete emptiness that left Kelly not even caring if she woke up the next morning. When you feel like the best has past you by in…

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Prayer moved a mountain on County Road B

The other day, I sat at a stoplight and felt a bit of melancholy with a pang of helplessness. A man standing at the corner, about 55-years-old wearing frayed dress pants, was bundled up with a bright red scarf that matched the color of his face (not uncommon, but to be expected in -10 degrees of this brutally cold and purely murderous…

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I want to be a crab for Jesus

Joe came into my church office in south Louisiana many years ago just to say hello. Before he left, he handed me the plastic, souvenir key chain that was about the size of a coffee can lid. It looked like the type of large key ring that you would get when you wanted to use the restroom at a public service station and they wanted to make sure…

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Christmas: A story crazy enough to believe

If the story weren’t so ridiculous, I don’t think I would have believed it. I have been the skeptic, and maybe too often, the cynic. I see the holes. But this story? The one about a King born in a manure-caked stable?  It was the absurdity of the story that I found most convincing. I’ve been a news journalist since…

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Becoming an exoneree-a captive set free. The story of Darryl Burton.

An exoneree is defined as one cleared of blame, a captive set free or to be free from a burden.  Darryl Burton is an exoneree.  He was falsely accused and served 24 years in a tough Missouri State Penitentiary before he was finally cleared and released.  It was a long, hard-fought battle, but not nearly as difficult as Darryl’s…

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What’s the worst thing you could imagine having to forgive?

Many of us can think of a divorce, either ours or our parents; abuse as a child; a car crash caused by a careless driver… Pain reaches out to touch us in so many ways.  If you’ve ever found it hard to forgive someone, that’s normal.  The power to forgive can’t come from inside us on our own. Here’s a story…

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Serving

Knowing that there are many needs in our world, and that Christ-followers like you become stagnant and self-centered if you don’t help others, God has given you many ways to serve others! In many groups of Christ-followers (churches), a relatively small number of people carry the lion’s share of the load of serving others. Many…

Why we pray

God has a lot to say to you – more than you’ll be able to take in during your life-time. BUT he wants to hear from you too! In the simplest of terms, prayer is talking to God. There are a lot of reasons to talk to God, but you need to know God likes to hear you talk—often! Why should I pray? Many people only pray in times of emergency. Or, that we…

What the Bible is about

God is not a far off mysterious person – he wants you to know about him! When you became a Jesus-follower, you will enjoy learning more about him. You can learn about Jesus from personal experience and from others who are his followers. But one of the best ways is to read the Bible. What is the Bible? God directed human authors what to write…

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To God the small things matter. Jesus wants us to succeed in small trials so that we can flourish in larger ones.

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