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Remembering Loretta

This morning, God took over the radio station. As Toby Mac would say, “He stole our show!” Indeed. Here’s how it all came down but first, the back story. Loretta and her friend Denise have been regular volunteers at our share events for years. They liked to volunteer together, after all they were best friends.…

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Christmas outside the box

Have you ever bought a gift for someone who already had way more than they needed? I remember as a kid, sometimes getting toys that I already had and therefore, rarely played with. I’m convinced that this happens in suburban America everywhere. Musing on this thought gave me an idea that I think has the potential to rekindle…

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Celebrating changed lives

As Advancement Director, most of the questions I receive when visiting our listening friends revolve around finances. So when I hear the question, “How are you doing?” I know that, for me, this is usually a money question. If that question comes right after a share event, they may also ask, “So, how did your…

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We believe

What are the essentials of the Christian faith? In a day when faith is challenged by a culture that would like to squeeze it out of our collective memories, it’s a good question to ask. One of my favorite songs of recent years is by the Newsboys who took the Apostle’s Creed and put it to music. This song pretty much sums up…

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Which super hero do you want to be like?

What super powers will you have in heaven? Don’t laugh. There are similarities between super heroes and heavenly beings that are fun to consider. Sometimes just watching super heroes do their thing on the big screen makes me get excited about life in heaven. Do you ever wonder what it will be like to live with an indestructible…

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“Houston, we (still) have a problem”

The Houston Astros are the 2017 World Series champs! In the post game interviews, several players commented on how they wanted to win for the people of Houston because of the suffering that was felt by the devastation of Hurricane Harvey. It is a “feel good story” of sorts and far be it from me to take away from their celebration.…

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The forgotten holiday

According to leading retailers, Thanksgiving has relatively limited retail value so as you would expect, it gets relatively little “shelf space” in stores. Halloween is a biggie however. And though it’s not technically a holiday, people are sure willing to spend the money on it. Apparently there’s…

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It’s not about you

It tastes like maple and comes from the fruit of the coffee cherry. It’s the newest flavor at Starbuck’s. But it’s not about me. I glanced at the sign and my first thought was that they had finally made me my own personalized drink but then I realized that the sign says “Cascara” not “Calcara.”…

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Lean into Jesus

A renowned group of mental illness professionals predict that depression will be the number one sickness in the world by 2020. Let that soak in for a moment. Even this notion, if even close to the truth, is…well…depressing. But I can understand the prediction. There are so many stress points raising our corporate blood…

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Bragging rights

This time last year, Cubs fans everywhere were desperate for bragging rights. The right to say, “my team is no longer a bunch of ‘lovable losers.’ We got game! We won the World Series!” And of course they got those rights because their Cubbies became the 2016 World Series Champs. People love to brag about…

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