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Grace is Greater than Your Bad Choices

Bad Choices are often haunted in our memories by one thought: I’m a big fat failure. We’ve all experienced the pain and regret of failure. At some point in our lives, we made a mistake, and we came to a shocking realization that we are not as perfect as we thought we were. On the more »

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1 Bad Choice by King David

When you read this title, you may jump to the assumption that we are going to talk about David and Bathsheba, however, it may be more about the choice he made that led up to that point.  However, let’s first review the context of the passage. Let’s go to the text in 2 Samuel 11:1-5 more »

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Encouragement from Brooke

If you’re like me…you feel like you are running a million miles a minute! I was just thinking as I was walking down the hall that my life honestly feels like a race against the clock. I don’t like living this way! I’d much rather be able to take my time. Only doing…one…thing…at…a…time… BUT That more »

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Be Strong and Courageous: Lessons for Joshua

Have you ever been so scared or afraid that you literally felt paralyzed or simply wanted to run away in fear? Maybe you’ve been overwhelmed by a daunting task or an unbearable circumstance? Did something seem like an impossible situation or a road with too many challenges to even travel down? There are times in more »

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How We Endure Suffering Part 2: Believing in God

When I think of the word “suffering” I imagine situations of severe hardship like what you might read on Voice of the Martyrs. I do not even try to categorize my trials with the stories I’ve heard about people held captive in closed countries or stories of people being tortured and/or persecuted for their race, more »

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How We Endure Suffering Part 1: Fixing Your Eyes On Jesus

I don’t have to convince you that suffering exists in our world.  Most people, even non-believers, accept that suffering is a part of life.  Some even use suffering to argue that a good God could not exist. So, how do we endure suffering in our world today? The answer to this question may not be, more »

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How To Be More Like Christ…

Jesus is my hero. I mean, really. I want to be just like him. He’s so incredible and amazing. He is funny (Luke 24:31), challenging (Matthew 6-7), and respectfully counter-cultural (John 8:7). He lived his whole life without sin (Hebrews 4:15), fulfilled prophecies (Isaiah 53), and literally changed the world (Romans 5:18). Seriously, no one more »

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Suffering and Loyalties of the Heart

A few months ago, I found myself still struggling with an issue I thought I had already overcome. I tried ignoring it by convincing myself that I was fine. I subconsciously attempted to conquer it by my OWN will, and inevitably, I failed. The hurt ran deeper than I thought. I persistently asked the Lord more »

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Suffering Can Be a Sign of God’s Favor?

“For it has been granted to you that for the sake of Christ you should not only believe in Him but also suffer for His sake, engaged in the same conflict that you saw I had and now hear that I still have.” – Philippians 1:29 – 30 First, off let’s ask some 5 W’s and more »

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Where Is God In My Suffering?

I paced up and down the sidewalk listening to my dad as he made small talk. “Is something wrong?” I wondered, “He knows I am at camp, what is he not telling me?” Then he uttered, with difficulty, words I will never forget; “Ashlee, there is something I need to tell you…Ashlee, mom has breast more »

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