Talking with a friend this week about the fallout associated with poor decisions, I came to this realization: saving for or borrowing against our future, does not just have to

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In life, the good times are often measured by momentary happiness.  It’s natural to pursue those things which make us happy, the new sports car, the house in an upscale

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…He has sent me to proclaim freedom for the prisoners and recovery of sight for the blind, to release the oppressed… Luke 4:18 I have a friend who has fallen

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Rich Mullins wrote so many great songs, but my personal favorite is “Calling Out Your Name”. Each time we travel through the Great Plains, there is no need to wonder

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It’s been a while since I’ve written anything here.  It seems, anymore, life is a constant changing of seasons, growing exponentially busier.  This isn’t a rant, or complaint, I know

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It’s way too easy to get caught up in the tyranny of the urgent and in the process lose our perspective. Work, school, chores, meetings, activities and the like can

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One of the most surreal scenes in The Chronicles of Narnia’s Prince Caspian, is when Lucy begins talking to a bear thinking he is a friend, but instead of having

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As I write this the rest of the family is still in bed.  Last night we returned from three days of hard work, assisting tornado victims in southern Indiana. What

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We’ve all used the phrase “I’m trying”; “I’m trying to _________”, fill in the blank; lose weight, quit smoking, be a good person, forgive someone; have a better attitude. The

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I had a great uncle who never had children, and though I remember him fondly I do recall how particular he was.  Everything, it seemed was in order, his garage

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