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POLITICAL CORRECTNESS OR LOVE – WHICH?

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In today’s society, being politically correct, or “PC”, is touted as all important – often more important than honesty and truth. On the surface, political correctness is sold as being loving toward others so as not to discriminate or offend certain peoples or groups. But is this how it really works? One cannot watch the […]

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Utterly Human

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I used to think my parents were perfect, as many children do. This feeling of adoration was directed especially to my dad. Throughout childhood he was a hero to me. It was as if there was no task too big for him to accomplish. He could fix pretty much anything: pianos (my parents owned a […]

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Held Together By a Spiritual Thread

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“The bond that links your true family is not one of blood, but of respect and joy in each other’s life. Rarely do members of one family grow up under the same roof”…Richard Bach God has called humans to be part of something bigger than themselves—a family—a Church family now, then God’s family at the […]

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Is “the one” out there?

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We all have watched many love stories on the silver screen unfold and the new common craze reality dating shows. Who doesn’t want the fairytale to be swept off your feet and fall madly in love? The quest of looking for Prince Charming or your Dream Girl can be very frustrating. There are times when […]

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Faith In a Loving Father

Recently, I was telling a friend how I felt about God and how much I trusted Him. She could not understand why, so I began reflecting on why I knew God would be there when I needed Him. It all began, I told her, when I was a teenager and, because things were difficult at home, I […]

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A Meeting with God

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Three years ago I was diagnosed with lung cancer. I felt devastated, weak, and hopeless. I kept deteriorating week after week and I ended up in a hospital. Doctors told me there was nothing they could do. I asked the doctor how long he expected me to live. He looked at me sadly, paused, and […]

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