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Did you ever start a project that took longer and became way more complicated than you expected? Most of us have found that sometimes things end up being harder than they need to be. Did you ever feel that way about being a Christian? At the heart of it, it shouldn’t be that...
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Top Ten – 3rd Commandment – “More Than Words”

What’s in a name? If you peruse a baby book, you can learn the meaning of each name. For example, Ethan means strong, firm; it has good implications, but a name does not determine character. Character makes a person’s name good, bad or something in-between. A person can make a...
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I-THINK – Brain Trust

We all have many decisions to make and no one sets out to make bad decisions that bring painful consequences. God has given each of us the potential to be great decision makers, but most of the big decisions in life require much prayer and input from others. Seeking wise counsel...
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I-THINK – Grey Matters

The small micro decisions you make can result in major/macro consequences. You easily recognize the major decisions you face. Your answers to “Who is my master?” “Who will I marry?” “What is my mission?” will chart your course in life. But the small decisions along the way are...
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I-THINK – Small Matters – 8/21/16

Good decision-making requires an understanding of where the lines are between good and bad decisions, ethical and unethical behaviors, moral and immoral choices. We aren’t born knowing what’s right and wrong; we have to learn. Most of the bad decisions we make are the result of...
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I-THINK – Multiple Choice

In many ways life is like a multiple-choice test. There are the questions and then there are several possible answers for each question, but only one answer is correct; only one answer will lead to the desired outcome. Choosing the right answers to the questions in life allows us...
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Deep – Master and Commander

Simon Peter was raised in the Jewish synagogue. He would have attended Jewish school, and just like all the other boys, he would have hoped and dreamed of excelling in his studies and being chosen by a rabbi to become a follower. However, he was not at the top of the class; he...
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Call of Duty Strike Team

Nehemiah received his call of duty to rebuild the walls of Jerusalem. He presented his plan to the people of the city and they rallied for the project. The mission is in motion. However, there is no opportunity without opposition and the wait is short before the nay-sayers begin...
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Life is too Short to Live in Fear

The most common command in Scripture is “Fear not!” God knew that we would struggle with fear, and it is fear that threatens to keep us from trusting and obeying God. There are two mindsets for living. One is faith-based—you trust God’s power and have confidence and rest in Him....
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