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Prove It!

  1. 03rd February 2021
  2. Roger Meyer

Nearly all of us can recall a time in our childhood when other children pulled a prank on us or carried out a joke at our expense. Perhaps they sent us on a “snipe hunt” or on a “fool’s errand.” Most of us know what it is like to fall for incorrect information that leads us on a proverbial “wild goose chase.”

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Thirsty for Knowledge

  1. 30th January 2021
  2. Marc Arseneault

What did you learn today? I don't know about you, but any day I learn something new is a very good day! And the best part is, you're never too old to learn new things.

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The Vital Quality of Endurance

  1. 27th January 2021
  2. Roger Meyer

We endured 2020 and made it to 2021! People the world over have endured this past year, not only the pandemic but many other hardships and disasters. Endurance certainly is a quality we all could use more of—especially if the year to come is anything like the last!

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Where is America Now?

  1. 23rd January 2021
  2. J. Davy Crockett III

Some time ago, a Pulitzer Prize-winning editor, now retired, of the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette newspaper wrote an insightful editorial entitled, “Where are we now?” Commenting on the intractable political divide and civil unrest in the United States, the editor looked back to June 16, 1858, a time when the nation was facing a crisis as the prospect of civil war...

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Seeking God's Face

  1. 20th January 2021
  2. Roger Meyer

We humans, made in God’s image, need face-to-face communication and interaction with others. The isolation created by the coronavirus pandemic has taken a toll on all of us. We long to see each other’s faces. We have had to socially distance ourselves, wear facemasks, and avoid shaking hands to limit transmission of the virus. But human beings were not created...

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The Little Flock

  1. 16th January 2021
  2. J. Davy Crockett III

The bare trees make a silhouette on the horizon in the winter morning light, beautiful to behold in the cold, clear, crisp air. Not much traffic on a Saturday morning, a far cry from the crowded traffic on roadways on weekday commutes for most workers. The radio news is relatively quiet, except for analysis of the still-ongoing political issues and talk about...

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Are You Worthy?

  1. 13th January 2021
  2. Roger Meyer

Worthiness is a subject worthy of study. Something that is worthy has merit or value. If we refer to a person as being worthy, he or she is meritorious, commendable, valuable, or deserving of respect.

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Under the Shadow of Your Wings

  1. 09th January 2021
  2. Brian Pomicter

Our lives are often beset with upsets and troubles. Yet, so many times, we do not choose to look at what is soothing and uplifting. One famous author tells us that we have a choice as to where we center our attention (Philippians 4:8). Much as we may believe that we can "go it alone" in life, we fare far better when we have help. Are you feeling alone—perhaps...

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Looking Beyond Perverse Entertainment

  1. 06th January 2021
  2. Marc Arseneault

As I watched a news report about yet another male public figure fall to accusations of sexual misconduct, I paused to wonder about where these scandals lead. But more importantly, where do they start?

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Will You be an Essential Worker?

  1. 02nd January 2021
  2. Ryan Dawson

2020’s most Googled news items include: Coronavirus, Murder Hornet, Australia fires, and, at number four in the rankings, unemployment. Within the vein of unemployment, another question was on people’s minds: “Am I an essential worker?” What is the most essential work you can take part in?

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