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The Problem With Blame…

In January, 1861, a 12-year-old Mexican boy named Felix Ward was abducted from his adopted father’s ranch in Southern Arizona. His father, John Ward, reported the incident at Fort Buchanan, and Lt. Bascom and his men were sent to search the trail. Because the local...

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Three Secrets to Overcome Rejection

My friend and I sat at the kitchen table and chatted about the past. "He was really hurt," she said, "took him a long time to overcome the rejection." Guilt came over me. I had dated her brother and ended the relationship in an insensitive and abrupt way. I fidgeted...

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Let us Start Rebuilding

"Let us start rebuilding."  (Neh 2:18) Do you know of anything that needs to be rebuilt?  Nehemiah did.  The walls around Jerusalem!  And he felt this so keenly about this, that He set out to do something about it!  First he spent time in...

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A Word Fitly Spoken

"A word fitly spoken is like apples of gold in pitchers of silver." (Proverbs 5:11) We all have experienced, either personally or observing it in others, how just a word at the right time and place, can change the entire atmosphere of a conversation, or change the...

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