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When You Aren’t Looking Forward To The New Year

The dawning of a new year spells anticipation for many. For others, however, beginning a new calendar may bring an onset of discouragement. If your current situation appears full of promise, the New Year arrives loaded with possibilities. If you are feeling stuck in grief, uncertainty, unmet longings, relational pain or physical affliction, the prospect of another year of pain …

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Praising Him in the Storm

You’re familiar with the song, “Praise You in This Storm” from Casting Crowns, right? The chorus goes has a line that says “I’ll praise you in this storm and I will lift my hand for You are who You are.” I’ve repeated the words to that song numerous times, driving down the road, cleaning house, during a worship set at …

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3 Things I Learned From Disappointment

Ahh … July! Summer is in full swing, and the heat is high. I’m enjoying the beautiful, hot days, though, because the winter snowstorms that hit the northeast made winter seem like it was never going to end. As much as I love winter and snow (I’m a Florida native and always wanted to live in the snow), I was …

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When You’re Heartbroken

I remember a time when I was extremely heartbroken. This was a time where the Lord was still refining me, and I was still trying to understand what it was to “guard your heart.” As men we always hear that we are to guard a woman’s heart. I’m sure you’ve heard it many times at this point. But what I …

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A Single Renews Her Vows

A renewal of vows. I think of this as a reaffirmation ceremony enacted by a couple who have shared the electric bill and the laundry, who have argued over major and trivial matters, who have known each other past the make-up and cologne, maybe raised a few kids, danced in the kitchen on occasion and fought on the way to …

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