Volume 18 | Issue 11
 

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Kevin Sorbo Cheating Death
Stumbling into an emergency room with blood clots shooting into his brain, Kevin Sorbo had one thought: “I’m going to die today.” Leaning on his fiancée, actress Sam Jenkins, Kevin felt like a drunkard. He couldn’t stand on his own, his vision was blurry, and suddenly his speech became slurred. At the time, Kevin was shooting his fifth season starring in Hercules: The Legendary Journeys. He was in the best shape of his life, built like the mythical god at six feet three inches tall, 230-pounds and... Read More



What Steals Your Peace?
Is it your job, family, neighbors, co-workers or could it just be your perception of yourself? This publisher letter, again inspired in the middle of the night, was yet another paradigm...
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Making the Right Choices
Life is a series of choices. It’s difficult to make wise decisions when you’re hurting, angry, confused, unforgiving, or bitter. But you can. How you respond to disappointments can destroy your faith...
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Business Spotlight
Gifted entrepreneurial couple and business leaders, Bob and Carol Champion have accepted an appointment with Dignity Memorial Network, which includes local affiliates of Service Corporation International - the world’s...
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Relying on the Unreliable
Our feelings are extremely unreliable, yet it is amazing to me how often we rely on them. I believe that feelings are often a Christian’s number one enemy, and they can keep us from truly living...
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Making a Marriage Last
What are the keys to having a lasting marriage? For anyone contemplating marriage, here are seven straightforward recommendations that will increase the chance of living happily ever after...
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Diversification and Risk
Dear Dave,
I’m a little worried about investing in the market due to volatility. Are there safer investments? Matt
Dear Matt, You’re right; the market is volatile. It’s...
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Simple Things
I sometimes reflect on the fact that with all the hustle and bustle, job pressure, peer pressure and blood pressure, the traffic, the crime rate and all the bad news we see on television that we just get caught up in the daily...
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Beware of Knowledge
They say that ‘ignorance is bliss’ because knowledge is sorrow. Solomon agrees as he laments in Ecclesiastes about the great sorrow that comes with great wisdom and understanding. Sometimes the less we understand and...
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