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There's this great, dramatic story in the Bible where prophet Elijah challenges the prophets of Baal to prove whose God is greater(1 Kings 18). And Elijah wins. Big time. Elijah made all the ...

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Five Reasons to Oppose Anti-Trans Legislation

Across the country, states are passing legislation that will do untold harm to many, many young people. If you are serious about caring for and protecting children, here are five reasons you should oppose this ...

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A Renewed Right Spirit

Ash Wednesday has been called the most difficult service of the year. More difficult even than Good Friday when we remember the death of our Lord. On Ash Wedensday, we come to acknowledge our own ...

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The Hope to be Found

Yesterday, I went with my husband to visit his parents. They emigrated from Germany over 60 years ago. As young children following World War II, they were both war refugees when Allied Forces came in ...

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Kindness–More than Being Nice

Today is National Random Acts of Kindness Day. It's as good an excuse as any to do something nice for someone...but is nice enough? Being kind is often confused with being nice. They are not ...

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A Gentle Lent

We are tired. Does the idea of embarking on a Lenten discipline just wear you out? Does a daily practice seem like an insurmountable objective? What if gentleness was the key to finding the strength and energy ...

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