Monthly Archives: June 2015

Give it Up for God!

Have you noticed that some people are really good at complimenting and appreciating others? They just seem to know how to affirm those around them and have that wonderful ability to praise. Many say we learn that from our families. … Continue reading

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The Risky Worth of Introspection

Not many people look forward to conflict. Most of us tend to avoid it for it is uncomfortable and though it may yield something beneficial to go through it, we tend to ignore, evade, sidestep, or elude conflict. Yet truthfully … Continue reading

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The Frightening Good of Being Honest with God

I am reading a great book called “Praying the Psalms” by Walter Brueggemann. It is a book challenging us to get honest with God and express our feelings to Him. The Bible book of Psalms includes great truths of God, … Continue reading

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