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3 Priorities to Take to Work This Year

 A new year often brings with it a renewed focus (and maybe even resolutions) for how we want to live differently this year. But how much of your thinking about the new year is related to your work?
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3 Priorities to Take to Work This Year

 A new year often brings with it a renewed focus (and maybe even resolutions) for how we want to live differently this year. But how much of your thinking about the new year is related to your work?
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4 Myths About Being Chosen by God

When I first became a follower of Christ, my life completely changed. I felt I was finally where I was meant to be, that God had chosen me and was helping me grow spiritually. But when things started going downhill, I only had this thought: I surrendered my life to God! Why is it such a horrible mess now?
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It’s Time to Talk About Racism in the Church

“There’s an African church in another part of town. Perhaps that would be better for your husband.” That was what a lady said to me one Sunday as l was chatting with someone in the church courtyard before the morning service.
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Rediscovering the Hope of Christ Through Carols

Considering how often I hear Christmas carols, I’ve only just realised that I don’t really pay close attention to its words. It was during a recent chapel service at my university, when we sang “O Holy Night”, that the lyrics struck me
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After Hours

When the school year ended in 2016, I stayed in town (three hours from home) for an internship, while my college friends left for the summer. I loved the internship, but because it was part-time, I found myself spending long hours alone in my apartment. Throughout the summer, I faced intense feelings of loneliness.
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After Hours

When the school year ended in 2016, I stayed in town (three hours from home) for an internship, while my college friends left for the summer. I loved the internship, but because it was part-time, I found myself spending long hours alone in my apartment. Throughout the summer, I faced intense feelings of loneliness.
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ODB: Brave Your Storm

It was the evening of April 3, 1968, and a fierce thunderstorm was lashing through Memphis, Tennessee. Weary and feeling ill, the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. hadn’t intended to give his planned speech in support of the striking sanitation workers at a church hall. But he was surprised by an urgent phone call saying a large crowd had braved the weather to hear him. So he went to the hall

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We Prayed for a Baby for Seven Years

"Where's the baby?" This was the question that baffled my wife, Maricar, and me at the first ultrasound exam. It was the year 2000. We had only been married for a few months then, and the thought of becoming expectant parents was exciting!

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Why We’re Hooked on Squid Game

Imagine this: After years of striving and struggling, you’ve found yourself reaching the bottom of the pit. With nowhere to turn to and seemingly no way out of your circumstances, a random stranger offers you a once in a lifetime opportunity to win a truckload of money. All you have to do is participate in a simple series of games. What would you do?

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