Volume 19 | Issue 3

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Jamie Grace, a Fighter
Plagued with immense pain and weakness caused by Tourette Syndrome, singer/songwriter Jamie Grace felt like she was in a dark hole. Her medications slowed her down so much she became like a zombie. “I would sit at home all day long and do nothing,” she said. “My whole life centered around me being sick.” That was a drastic turnaround for the girl who embraced all that life had to offer. Throughout her childhood, Jamie wanted to sing, dance, act and become an astronaut. She also enjoyed playing 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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Grateful Hearts
Expressing gratitude is something Scripture clearly commands us to do. But have you ever wondered why it’s so important? Since God needs nothing from His creations, the obvious conclusion is that expressing our appreciation...
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The Beauty of the USA
The other day Hazel and myself took a spin around the Four Corners area of Colorado to some remote places we hadn’t seen before. The beauty of this area is so varied and breathtaking, and it can change so drastically...
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Prescription for Joy
A few months ago, I went to a seminar on anxiety and depression. Many of us struggle with this disease or addictive response at some point in life, especially in this fast-paced world we have created. Often our solution...
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Entertaining Southern Style
I loved growing up in the Old South where meal time was always a special event. Every night we had a family “Supper” where my Mom served salad, a meat, green and yellow vegetables...
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Finish What You’ve Started
Have you ever started a project and not finished it? Or put a dream on hold because other things got in the way? I think we’ve all experienced these frustrations at some point in our life. The truth...
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Words Matter
The culture is at war with parents for the hearts and minds of their children. I don’t need to describe this battle because you see it, too. Parents in decades past would not have believed what was about to happen to the...
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5 Steps to Being Financially Fit in the New Year
It’s another new year, and that means it’s time for yet another set of resolutions. But if you’re like most Americans, you’ll probably forget your...
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“Rayna” Debra Alexander
“Rayna” Debra Alexander has an amazing story to tell. She grew up in a religious Jewish household in New York but never really believed in God. She married Rich, an Italian Catholic, who wasn’t...
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First Time
It’s a quiet morning, and although I’m the only one awake, I find nervousness within my solitude, butterflies in not knowing what to expect or let alone what to feel. Why am I feeling this way? Why the anticipation, curiosity, or...
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