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Be a Blessing: Pray Often

June 7, 2021
I do not fear God and to not respect the people and I do not care about the cries of some little old lady. But she’s never going to stop. So I will give her justice.
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Be a Blessing: Lead With Love

May 31, 2021
There are more love songs than anything else. If lyrics could make us do anything, we’d all love each other
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Moments… Followed by Lives

May 24, 2021
Maya Angelou once said, “I’m always amazed when people walk up to me and say, ‘I’m a Christian.’ I think, ‘Already? You already got it?’ I’m working at it.”
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Pentecost Parament by cmarlinwarfield

Soup or Salad

May 17, 2021
A melting pot might be fine for metal. And an immersion blender is great for soup. But they are not for people.
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Shooting an Elephant

May 10, 2021
My whole life... was one long struggle not to be laughed at.
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Brave

April 19, 2021
That might seem like a small thing to do; but it is a brave thing to do.
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Bananas

April 12, 2021
That part of the story—the part that goes, “Christ is risen! He is risen, indeed!”—is bananas.
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The Tension in the Air

April 5, 2021
You know that Easter is coming the same way that you know that a storm is coming: by the tension in the air.
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Butterfly Parament by cmarlinwarfield

Impossible

March 29, 2021
One of the hard truths is that we need the hard truths. And one of the hard truths is that, far too often, we treat Jesus as a mascot.
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