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Why Being Real Is So Stinkin’ Hard…






Authenticity is not a new word, it’s been buzzing around in Christian circles for some time. We’ve been told to be authentic. Be the real deal. The Bible makes it clear that our love for God and others should be … Continue reading




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People, Not Projects at the Internet Cafe






Visit the Internet Cafe to read my post this month: We’re A People, Not A Project “Let’s ask the Lord to show us how to love and serve people as people, not projects–or even parts of bigger projects. Relationships, not … Continue reading




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Not Your Pink Pepto-Bismol Heart Kind of Love (Re-edited & Re-posted)






Not that there’s anything wrong with the candy hearts at Valentine’s Day, (other than the fact that they taste like Pepto-Bismol). It just seemed like a good title while the talk of “love” is in the air. I was reading … Continue reading




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Intimacy Issues






Do you struggle to love your kids, your spouse, your family & friends deeply? Are you hesitant to let others in to know you better and be closer to you? Boy, can I relate. But there’s hope for us.




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Not Your “Pink Pepto-Bismol Heart” Kind of Love






Not that there’s anything wrong with the candy hearts at Valentine’s Day, (other than the fact that they taste like Pepto-Bismol). It just seemed like a good title while the talk of “love” is in the air. 😉 I was … Continue reading




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