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Women: Brainstorm, Organize, Adapt
Execute, Adjust…Repeat!

We are at a threshold of a “new normal.” I believe the driving force behind what will become the nation’s future comes down to what happens in daily life. After all, the majority of our stress and strain has been borne in the lives of how the family has had to adjust to work, school, […]

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Advice From an Atheist: “Be More Christian, Not Less”

Several years ago, I wrote a book about how I’m tired of taking sides. But sometimes taking sides is unavoidable. When faced with Jesus’ claim that He is “the way, the truth, and the life” and that no one comes to God the Father except through Him, we have to choose. Do we believe Him […]

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Moments with Kym:
What I Don’t Know?

I’m going to write what I don’t know. And this is it. My daughter leaves the end of next month for a university four states away, and I’m not sure how to live the only life I’ve known for 18 years. I’m not sure yet how to embrace this change — because it is inevitably […]

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Faith @ Work:
Carl Schmidt

Carl Schimdt, Owner of The Herb Shop We are thrilled that you’re sharing how your faith is at work in the community. Opening a business from the ground up is no easy task. Was it a spiritual calling that led you to dedicate your time and service to the Herb Shop? What inspired you to […]

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A Message From Facebook

I received a Facebook message from a man in Ohio this week. He spotted an advertisement we were running to attract Christian business leaders to consider advertising with us. Not sure why the ad was running in Ohio, but here’s what he shared: “Since I can’t block sponsored trash such as yours, here is my […]

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Spending, Saving & Giving

I was talking to a friend the other day, and I couldn’t remember what you said about the three good uses for money and why each is important. Would you go over them again? I’ve been doing this for a lot of years, and after all that time studying finance and teaching people about money, […]

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Counselor’s Corner:
Parenting Help Postpartum mood & Anxiety Disorders

Providing love and unconditional regard for little ones can be a very difficult task. Parents are often required to juggle work, school, parenting, homework, and so much more. Psalm 127:3 says, “Behold, children are a heritage from the Lord, the fruit of the womb a reward.” Uncovering the beauty and the reward of parenthood can […]

Books to read: Yours, Till Heaven

Yours, Till Heaven: The Untold Story of Charles and Susie Spurgeonby Ray Rhodes, Jr. Most Christians seem to know all about C.H. Spurgeon, but very few are acquainted with the love story between he and his wife, Susie. The author sets out to show readers the “depth of Susie’s commitment to Charles and consider how […]

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Books to Read: What the Bible Says About Divorce and Remarriage

What the Bible Says About Divorce and Remarriage by Wayne Grudem The Bible describes marriage as a God-initiated union established before witnesses, a union that is indissoluble. Indeed, God’s plan is for a man and a woman to enter a marriage covenant that lasts a lifetime. Wayne Grudem’s book attempts to navigate a biblical path […]

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Books to Read: The Wisdom Pyramid

The Wisdom Pyramid by Brett McCracken The rise of social media and the internet is slowly chipping away at the evangelical mind. A subtle erosion has set in and rendered people incapable of thinking Christianly. In the end, this tragic turn of events has led many to jettison the path of wisdom. Brett McCracken address […]