May 28, 2024 by  
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By Richard Wines 

What does it mean to be omnipotent?  I call God omnipotent, but do I know what omnipotence means?  The dictionary defines omnipotence as “almighty or infinite in power.”  So how can the finite understand the infinite?  I can’t, but that doesn’t keep me from trying.

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Letting Go of the Prodigal Child

May 24, 2024 by  
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By Robi Ley 

His eyes narrowed, his jaw clenched, and his hands curled into fists, a sure sign of a forthcoming tantrum from the volatile child I love so much. The trouble was, he was a twenty-seven year old man and I had just told him that his lifestyle was unacceptable to me and he could no longer live in my home. This was a hard moment as I faced off with my son who insisted on pursuing a relationship with a married woman and was angry that I didn’t support his choice of girlfriend.  His anger was fed, I know, by guilt. He knew the relationship was wrong. He admitted it was wrong, and yet he refused to break it off.

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Everybody Loves a Treasure

May 22, 2024 by  
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By Norma Vera 

Several years ago, I was going through a divorce.  I went to California to visit my older sister for a season.  She treated me with so much love; I will never forget her kindness.  When I cried myself to sleep at night – she would sit on the floor by my bed and kiss my hand, I could feel her tears run down my fingers.

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Ladies, Love the Body You Are In

May 19, 2024 by  
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By Cami Checketts 

How many times have you been on a diet?  If you’re like most women the answer is probably, “I start a new one every Monday!” One study found that 86% of women want to lose weight.  (i) With 66% of Americans overweight (ii), it makes sense that many are struggling to lose those extra pounds.  Of course we want to be healthy, but do we really have to be perfect?

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A Few Thoughts After The 4TH

May 17, 2024 by  
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By Ed Crumley 

Once again we are at a time in our country where serious thought needs to be given as to where we are and where we need to go from here.Even though our country was never completely Christian, it once had a Christian consensus.  It was a cultural agreement to live by certain standards that were spelled out in a handbook for living called the Bible.  Our culture began changing a few decades ago when a new spirit, a new way of thinking, entered our land.

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