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Startling Statistics on Depression

It’s hard to believe, but Americans are the unhappiest people on earth. That is the conclusion of a new study by the World Health Organization and the Harvard Medical School, which found that 9.6 percent of Americans suffer from depression or … Continue reading

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Exemption from hardship?

“No one gets an exemption from hardship on planet earth. How we receive it hinges on whether we believe in an alternate reality that transcends the one we know so well. The Bible never minimizes hardship or unfairness – witness … Continue reading

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Being Content When it Doesn’t Make Sense

Sometimes we don?t know how well off we really are until we know how worse it can get! Continue reading

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Thinking Clearly About Your Problems

This entry is part 1 of 7 in the series Clear Thinking

…In the year 2005 you will go through some dark days, days where you haven’t the slightest idea where you’re headed, no idea where you’re going. You feel like you’re in a fog, in the dark. And you can’t figure out what to do next. What do you do in those kinds of days? How do you get through those kinds of problems? Continue reading

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God’s Grace is Abundant

This entry is part 1 of 4 in the series Eternal Truths You Can Depend On

The first eternal truth that Paul shared with these two leaders was “God’s Grace is Abundant” This truth was [and is!] so important that Paul emphasized it in two places and if we are going to progress in our lives as Christians and have anything to offer to our neighbors and families, we have to begin with a proper understanding of God’s grace. Continue reading

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