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Digital Addiction

Recently I have been doing lots of research on screen time, social media, and their effects on the human brain and our society. In youth group the teens and leaders watched a documentary together called “Connect” by Kirk Cameron that is currently on Netflix. This...

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Sweet Dreams

“Now I lay me down to sleep; I pray the Lord my soul to keep.” This familiar children’s prayer has the right perspective even for adults, for mental cognizance is not a prerequisite to spiritual interaction with God. If it were, God would not be able to ‘touch’ or...

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Understanding

Our kids won’t understand us until we understand them. If those I care about most were to characterize how I show my love for them, one word I hope they’d use is “empathetic.” But I feel like I’m failing at it miserably. Parenting is far better when we journey with...

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The Secret Place of Thunder

What an interesting phrase! In Psalm 81:7 God says to His people: “In distress you called, and I delivered you; I answered you in the secret place of thunder”. How quiet or secretive is thunder? What does God mean? One inference is that God’s response to the call of...

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The Zeitgeist or Jesus Christ

The term zeitgeist means “spirit of the age”. Today, you can either follow the zeitgeist by believing what the world says is the right way to think and live, or you can follow the Spirit of Truth, who leads you to Jesus Christ, the way, the truth and the life. But you...

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Why We Walk for Life

Rev. James R. Harden, M.Div. President/CEO CompassCare A Christian ought not to fight for his own rights. Rather we follow in the footsteps of our King in fighting for the lives of others. This is why Pilate responds with amazement to Jesus’ silence regarding the lies...

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Speaking Truth

Paul tells us in Ephesians 4:14-15 that “speaking the truth in love” is both a measure of Christian spiritual maturity and an important contributing factor to spiritual growth. But there is far more to that simple phrase than what is initially apparent, so let’s delve...

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Failure? Not!

“Who can understand his errors?” (Psalm 19:12) Have you ever felt like you’ve been “set up”? Sometimes God orders our circumstances (Proverbs 16:9) to make us aware of the imperfections inherent in us. He does this, not to find fault with us or bring accusations...

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