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Greater Than

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Posted by Matthew Huber on

I’ve always been a big fan of video games. In particular, sports games. I started playing the John Madden NFL football games in 1995 on my Super Nintendo. Soon I had a Nintendo 64 and I was taking my Madden 64 time very seriously. You see, I’ve never been a fan of just “being ...

Desolate Places

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Posted by Raiena Martinez on

Throughout life’s journey, there may be times when we may feel lost and abandoned, in a desolate place. We all have had our share of seasons when we felt like we were in the wilderness. Our response during those moments are vital, in transforming from being in the wilderness, to a land of ...

The Treasure of Tom Rogers

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Posted by Joe Sorce on

Tom Rogers was a recluse, the kind that almost every little neighborhood has. Although never a danger to anyone, most people, including the few relatives he had, avoided him. Tom was content to be alone with his books and his little cat Whiskers. Beside his cleaning lady who showed up once a week, ...

No Greater Love

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Posted by Raiena Martinez on

As a young child, I remember attending Sunday School every Sunday morning. At the conclusion of each class, we were given the weekly assignment of memorizing one scripture verse for a special prize from a prize box filled with little trinkets and candy.  Little did I know how that would shape ...

Running on E

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Posted by Raiena Martinez on

There is nothing worse than driving on the parkway and the gas light comes on letting you know that your fuel tank is running on empty; or driving in town, taking for granted all the local gas stations you have the possibility of passing, and finding yourself stuck in traffic with your tank on E ...

Christmas

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Posted by Joe Sorce on

December 25th is a magical day, in fact as soon as the Thanksgiving dinner is over, the magic begins. When is use the word “magic” I don’t mean in the traditional wizardly sense, I mean in the childlike “wide eyed wonder” sense. The mind becomes obsessed with ...

A Thankful Life

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Posted by Matthew Huber on

With Thanksgiving upon us, this is always a great time to think about what we are thankful for. For some of us on Thanksgiving day we will even go around the table and say what we are thankful for. We are also taught as a little kids to say “thank you”. Now a days it seems like saying ...

Leaf it to God

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Posted by on

In lieu of the Fall season, I think back to the days when I ran cross country in college. My teammates and I had a game we used to play during our distance runs through the park. The rules were simple: catch as many falling leaves as you can while running. That’s it. It was called Leaf Game, ...

S.H.A.P.E

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Posted by Gerry Ball on

It seems it's all about fitness and looks these days.  Now I'm not talking about merely taking care of ourselves or trying to look our best, it's some of the overages.  Some folks are trying to alter their looks by presentation, it's all about how they present themselves.  Others, ...

The Struggle is Real

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Posted by Matthew Huber on

Did you know that the person right across from you is facing a struggle? Did you know that the person who took your order at Chiplote is facing a struggle? Did you know that everyone is facing a struggle?  You might have heard it before, but the struggle is real for each and everyone of us ...

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