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Finding Hope After A Bad Break-Up

I first started dating him in March, 2010. We met during some classes we shared in college. He grew up in a Christian family, so I thought that since we shared the same faith, we would surely be able to navigate the storms of life together.
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4 Reasons To Consider Serving in Church

“Hi, how are you?” “Nice to see you today.” We smile and wave and shake a few hands on our way to our seats for the Sunday morning service. Some of us might even have a cup of coffee with us.
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Why I Stopped Trying to Earn God’s Love

It started out great. She liked me and I liked her. We hugged and held hands and spent entire Saturdays together. It was great for about a month or so. But then I said something that triggered a downward spiral.
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Finding Hope After A Bad Break-Up

I first started dating him in March, 2010. We met during some classes we shared in college. He grew up in a Christian family, so I thought that since we shared the same faith, we would surely be able to navigate the storms of life together.
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4 Ways To Celebrate Reformation Day

While October 31 is more popularly known as Halloween, the date also holds a special place in the heart of many Christians. On this day 501 years ago, a German monk named Martin Luther published a list of grievances against the Catholic Church. He nailed this list—which later came to be called the 95 Theses—to the door of the chapel at the University of Wittenberg, and this ignited a movement.
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ODJ: The Beauty of Kindness

While sitting in the waiting room at my mechanic’s garage, I watched a segment on the waiting- room’s television about a “Secret Santa”. Each year he gives away huge amounts of cash to strangers. In the segment I viewed, the “Secret Santa” was in a supermarket handing lots of money to a female senior citizen. It turned out that the woman had been suffering great
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ODB: Dumb Sheep, Good Shepherd

My friend Chad spent a year as a shepherd in Wyoming. “Sheep are so dumb that they’ll only eat what is right in front of them,” he told me. “Even if they’ve eaten all the grass in front of them, they won’t turn to look for a fresh patch—they’ll just start eating dirt!”We laughed, and I couldn’t help but think about how often the Bible com
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ODJ: The Beauty of Kindness

While sitting in the waiting room at my mechanic’s garage, I watched a segment on the waiting- room’s television about a “Secret Santa”. Each year he gives away huge amounts of cash to strangers. In the segment I viewed, the “Secret Santa” was in a supermarket handing lots of money to a female senior citizen. It turned out that the woman had been suffering great
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Ken and Addy: Sharing Home with Complete Strangers

Standing outside the four-storied terrace house, it’s easy to get lost in awe. In land-scarce Singapore, it’s huge. It towers over you, its modern concrete exterior—a combination of clean, sleek lines with glass railings and a high varnished wood gate—showing you what luxury looks like.

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