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PERSPECTIVE • Point of View 4/9/23

PERSPECTIVE • Point of View – 4/9/23 For some Easter is simply a candy-filled holiday featuring the Easter bunny and egg hunts. For others it is something far greater. It’s about a God who loves us. It’s about Jesus dying on the cross and walking out of the grave so we can...
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EMOJI • Anxiety – 4/2/23

“The longest year in history” is the title given to 2020. COVID created fear, shut down the world, life was disrupted by economic issues and school closures. It spawned racial tension, political division, and conspiracy theories. People were isolated, unsettled, lonely, anxious,...
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EMOJI • Bitterness – 3/26/23

Bitterness becomes rooted in our hearts and lives when a wound, injury, betrayal is not forgiven, not let go. Soon the bitterness takes root and begins to absorb the nutrients of growing frustration, anger and often a desire for revenge. The Bible says that bitterness has a...
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EMOJI • Worry – 3/19/23

“Don’t worry!” It’s a phrase often repeated. Easy to say, hard to do. Worry comes from an old Germanic word meaning “to strangle or choke.” That’s exactly what worry can do, it can choke the life out of you. There are so many things to worry about…your job, your kids, your...
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EMOJI • Anger – 3/12/23

As a Christian how do you handle anger? We live in an angry world…be it road rage, resentment, violence or whatever. If you aren’t angry, you probably know someone who is—someone who gets on a topic every time you talk with them and ends up spitting nails about whatever burr is...
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EMOJI • Hurt – 3/5/23

In Luke 7 we learn of a widow who’s only son has died. Jesus and his disciples come upon the funeral procession as they are traveling to the village of Nain. The New Testament is full of references to Jesus’ keen sense of observation. He doesn’t merely look at people, but he...
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EMOJI • Feelin’ Alright – 2/26/23

How are you? This is a question we commonly use in conversation immediately after we say, “hi.” The standard answers are “fine” and “good.” But are you? Maybe you keep showing up, doing what you do, but inside you’re struggling, panicking, dying. You keep plowing forward afraid...
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New Year’s Revolution • Revolutionary – 2/19/23

The Bible has a lot to say about words. Words have the power to ignite revolutions, start wars, break and heal a heart, transform lives and change culture. History reflects the power of words in Lincoln’s Gettysburg address, Martin Luther King’s I Have a Dream, and Churchill’s...
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New Year’s Revolution • Conquest – 2/12/23

Almost all of us have something we want to change. It could be our spiritual practices, bad habits, or how we handle different situations. The problem is, that’s easier said than done. To successfully change, we have three questions to answer. First, what drives change? We’re...
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