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Do you crave destiny? (Part 1)

Do you crave destiny? Have you experienced failure in the last month? The last week? Today? Sometimes you know deep down God has something amazing He wants to do in your life ... but it still seems elusive. Your life seems to lack destiny ... and aimlessness can sometimes lead to apathy and lack of purpose. But you were not made for these things;...

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Make Your New Year’s Resolution Stick
Make Your New Year’s Resolution Stick

The New Year is upon us. Do you have a New Year’s Resolution? Well, if you’re like most North Americans you have at least one resolution. And, if you are like the majority of these promise-makers, your resolution is probably related to health and fitness. For many it is a promise to eat healthier, exercise more, and  lose weight. While resolutions...

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The Christmas Story
The Christmas Story

The Gospel according to Luke (Luke 2:1-20) About that time Caesar Augustus ordered a census to be taken throughout the Empire. This was the first census when Quirinius was the governor of Syria. Everyone had to travel to his hometown to be accounted for. So Joseph went from the Galilean town of Nazareth up to Bethlehem in Judah, David's hometown,...

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Taking Your Thought Temperature
Taking Your Thought Temperature

What do you think about? What thoughts roll around in your head? Imagine if someone invented a thought thermometer. You could put it in your ear, press a button, and your thoughts would register somewhere between the boiling point and absolute zero. Would your thoughts ever have a healthy temperature of 98.6? We know negative thinking can make...

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5 Apologies That Always Work
5 Apologies That Always Work

My husband is very good at apologizing.  It's not that I don't apologize. Admitting when you’re wrong is hard but I always do it when I believe I'm wrong. It's that the way I apologize doesn't get received as being sincere.  I’m working on getting better at apologizing and this is what I’ve learned so far. In any apology, the hearer is...

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Heaven Is A Home
Heaven Is A Home

Warmth. Safety. Comfort. Acceptance.  These are some words that come to mind when I think of the word “home”.  The Random House Dictionary defines it like this: home (hom), -n.  l. a place of residence. A place of residence - that definition certainly seems misplaced.  It sounds sterile and cold, impersonal and generic, more like the...

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Trusting God With Your Success
Trusting God With Your Success

Being a work-at-home mom certainly has its challenges, especially when it comes to time management. You want a healthy balance between spending time with family and working towards your professional goals. Unfortunately, in today’s society we are bombarded with messages that tell us in order to be successful you must work your fingers to the bones,...

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How to Write a Love Letter
How to Write a Love Letter

What could be more romantic than receiving a love letter? A good old fashioned, hand-written love letter is still one of the best Valentines around, but don't just save it for February. A love letter is a powerful expression any day of the year. You don't have to be Shakespeare to write the perfect love letter. All you need to know is how you...

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