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I Declare War on My Mouth

I Declare War on My Mouth

I Declare War on My Mouth There’s no other area that is easier (for me) to mess up with, and that has caused more heartache afterward, than talking. I’ve shot my mouth off and felt remorse so regularly that it is a great source of sadness for me. I measure how well a meeting went

Iron Sharpens Iron - The Faith of the Philadelphia Eagles

Iron Sharpens Iron

Iron Sharpens Iron One day after the Philadelphia Eagles lost to the Green Bay Packers in their 2017 preseason opener, the reality that the NFL is a cruel business hit Carson Wentz hard. Jordan Matthews was traded to the Buffalo Bills along with a 2018 third-round draft pick for cornerback Ronald Darby. Wentz and Matthews

Love your neighbor | Faith that Matters

Loving One Another Because We’re Made for Each Other

Made for Each Other ~ N. T. Wright As iron sharpens iron, so one person sharpens another. — Proverbs 27:17 We are made for each other. Yet making relationships work, let alone making them flourish, is often remarkably difficult. We all know that justice matters, yet it slips through our fingers. We mostly know that

In This Together

Therefore encourage one another and build each other up, just as in fact you are doing. — 1 Thessalonians 5:11 I have a friend who recently participated in a five-mile mud run. Now, this is not one of those “I have a friend who” stories that is meant to mask the fact that I’m secretly

Living for Christ: Be Sharp

Snow-covered mountains whizzed by. Carter couldn’t wait to get out of the car. This year his dad was going to let him chop down a Christmas tree. Not his family’s Christmas tree. Dad would chop down that one. But a neighbor had offered to pay Carter to bring him back a tree. Dad guided the car off the highway

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Don’t Lose Sleep Over Kids Sleepovers

My kids love sleepovers. Who wouldn’t love staying up a little later while being with friends, laughing, playing games, and snacking on treats? It’s great fun that creates lasting memories. A lot of Christian parents think that nothing good can come from sleepovers. Perhaps you have memories of your own sleepovers growing up, when party

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