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On Bone Spurs and Reckless Love

On one day five weeks ago, I made the decision to start living healthier. I would eat better, cut out the junk, and incorporate more healthy foods into my diet including fruits and vegetables. And that’s been going great! I … Continue reading

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Well Done, Billy Graham! #billygraham

When I woke up this morning, I took my usual spot in my oversized comfy chair in the living room, where I start each day doing my devotions from God’s Word. After that, I as I often do, I went … Continue reading

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Living Healthy – Two Weeks Later

So two weeks ago, I wrote about how after listening to a message at church, I was convicted of the need to take better care of my body.  I gave myself a 40 day challenge to begin a journey towards … Continue reading

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Can One Sermon Really Radically Transform Your Life? #livehealthy

As a pastor and teacher of God’s Word, I have preached and taught over 2,500 sermons, Bible messages and Bible studies in the past 25 years. I have done this with the belief that as I communicate God’s Word, and … Continue reading

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The Christmas Story – As Told By Children

Dear friends, This is one of my favourite retellings of the Christmas story – as told by children. After watching the video, you can find the original text to the story from the Gospel of Luke, Chapter Two, from the … Continue reading

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The Twelve Steps – A Spiritual Journey: Step Seven: Humble Prayer

The Twelve Steps – a Spiritual Journey: Step Seven: Humble Prayer In our last step (#6), after having completed a fearless moral inventory of ourselves, and admitted to God, ourselves and another human being the exact nature of our wrongs, … Continue reading

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13 Reasons Why: Warnings for Parents and Help for Students

I am a guidance counselor in a high school, and perhaps that’s part of what inspired me to watch the new Netflix series 13 Reasons Why. This show has captured the attention of teenagers, which is ironic because the show carries a TV-MA … Continue reading

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