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December 8, 2014

How are you using your work to advance God’s kingdom? ... read more »

your mission statement

Deep down, each of us longs to know what we’re here on earth to do—to have some sense of purpose and mission. Some people have a “life verse” from the Bible that gives them succinct focus. If you don’t have one of those, perhaps today’s passage is a good one to adopt. What’s your... read more »

belief and obedience

Have you ever desperately wanted something from God? Did you ever make any promises to Him so that He would come through for you? Naaman was a highly respected army commander (2 Kings 5:1). His king thought so highly of him that he sent letters of introduction to the king of Israel asking that the... read more »

stealing vs. working

When my twin sister and I were 5 years old, we began counting the money we had in our piggybanks. It turned out that one of us had more than the other. To our young minds, this just wasn’t right. So, we decided to balance our accounts by helping ourselves to our mother’s money! Since then, I’m... read more »

work ethics

Every October, the office where I work becomes extremely quiet. The leaders are away attending annual meetings in another country. So those of us who are left behind say to each other with a wink, “When the cat’s away, the mice will play.” Jokes aside, when our bosses aren’t watching, do we... read more »

no regrets

Take a guess: What do you think are the top five regrets of the dying? A palliative nurse listed her findings in a book. Here they are: 1. I wish I’d had the courage to live a life true to myself, not the life others expected of me. 2. I wish I hadn’t worked so hard. 3. I wish I’d had the... read more »

with all your heart . . .

September 29, 2014

If you could do a specific type of ministry full-time, what would it be? Why? ... read more »

you choose Q: how do i know what God’s plan is for me the rest of my life?

Q: Since my husband went to be with the Lord (over 4 years ago), the “new normal” for me has not been that normal! I need to work to support myself, but I also have a great support system in our grown kids, even though I don’t want to burden them—they have their own... read more »

come to me . . .

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