Monthly Archives: April 2015

It’s Not All About You

Yesterday I wrote about the courage, strength, and humility of Stephen.  I might have left you thinking, “Why would God allow a good man to struggle like that – especially one that is doing God’s Will?” This morning I will … Continue reading

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The Truth of Stephen

Reflection on Acts 6:8-15 Stephen was a strong supporter of God.  His faith was amazing.  Yet others saw him as a threat.  So instead of listening to Stephen’s words of faith and love, they tore down his words to make … Continue reading

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The Destruction of Self Esteem in our Teenagers

After spending a week on the beach in Florida, I realized the danger that faces my teenage daughter.  Girls around the age of my Megan surrounded us on the beach.  They were just as cute as they could be.  They … Continue reading

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Awkward…

I am greeted every day at work with giant hugs.  Hugs that would squeeze all the sadness out of anyone.  Hugs from innocent, loving young children.  Hugs that while sometimes I take for granted, are still meaningful to the ones … Continue reading

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