Putting God In His Place

by Natalie Iguchi
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Well, it’s official: I’ve decided to stop reading comments at the end of online articles or posts because of a personal experience that has really rocked my heart.  A lady I met had just recently come into a new relationship with God, and was so excited about the restoration He had for her.  I later started noticing I […]

May ‘I Can’t’ Rest In Peace

by Original Staff
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2 Timothy 1:7 (CEB) God didn’t give us a spirit that is timid but one that is powerful, loving, and self-controlled.  You may have heard the story about an elementary school teacher that gave her students a unique assignment. She asked them to make a list of all the things they could not do. “I […]

Rounding Up The Idiots

by Elisabeth Willard
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You know those moments where you experience “customer service” that is, well, less than stellar? – They get your coffee order wrong – You have to track down the receipt they never gave you – They are still spelling your name wrong – You already filled out the info they told you and it’s still […]

Making Music

by Original Staff
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Romans 8:28 (VOICE) We are confident that God is able to orchestrate everything to work toward something good and beautiful when we love Him and accept His invitation to live according to His plan. I played the flute from fifth grade through my senior year of high school. I wanted to play the drums…but my […]