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The Heart of a Worrier

by Jere Stansel I am a worrier. I come by it naturally. My mother was and my sister is, too. I always thought if we were asked to join the Worrier's Society, one of us would be president. When I worry, about big or little things, that's when I draw comfort from the Psalms. I love the Psalms, and I think the reason is because the Psalms give a calming reassurance of God's ...

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Finding Contentment

by Mischa McCray Have you ever been around a person who seems to find something to complain about regardless of the situation? They could be at the highest rated restaurant in town, but there's a problem with the service or the food. There always seems to be an issue with their house, or their job, or their family, or maybe all of them. No matter their circumstances, they...

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The Gift of Not Being Needed

by Sonya Anthes There are roughly about 7 billion people in the world and not a single one is even remotely close to being you. The Lord created you and gave you a purpose. You might say, "I don't know what my purpose is." or "My gifts are not as important as his." or "I wish I could be more like her." The fact is, you are not supposed to be like her or him. You are exac...

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The Evil Stepstool

What is your stepstool? My two year old daughter, Mamie, has fallen in love with a simple stepstool that we have at our house. There is nothing fancy about this stool. It is your basic, one-step, folding stool, most likely from Wal-Mart. I am pretty sure I bought this thing for Tracy for her birthday a few years ago. She has to use it in the kitchen in order to reach anyth...

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Be Prepared

by Meredith Allen Like a good boy scout, I like to be prepared. "Prepared for what?" you might ask. I would answer, "Prepared for your future." How do we prepare for the future when we can't know the future? As Christians, we can and do know the future, at least concerning the most important thing. Eternal life is the ultimate reward that God has prepared for his family. ...

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Eric Metaxas

by Brady Warren Over the winter, Jeff and I discovered the podcast The Eric Metaxas Show and we have both gained an appreciation of the show, quizzing each other many days over what was thought of the daily interviews. He produces two, fifty minute shows each day that are syndicated in 120 cities across the nation. For those of you not familiar with Eric Metaxas, he has a...

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Greetings from the Morrises

by Austin and Alicia Morris Greetings Westminster family! We would like to share some thoughts and give you a quick update about our life in France. I (Alicia) have been reading The Meaning of Marriage by Tim and Kathy Keller, a book I started before Austin and I got married (that was 3 years ago, *face palm*). I recently started the chapter that delves into gender role...

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Easter Sunday Temple Model

by Lee Coleman After the closing benediction this past Easter Sunday, I stood up, turned around, and confirmed what my ears had already told me during the closing song: the church was packed. There was hardly an empty seat to be found in the sanctuary. The main floor was overflowing, as was the balcony. As conversations spread and the volume in the room grew, I couldn't h...

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I Will Be Grace

by Michelle Hodges "People become what they believe to be true about themselves." Anna Nash began Friday of the women's retreat swinging for the fence. No easing us into her topic, no gentle introduction. When she began to speak, I became hooked. I entered this retreat weekend feeling extremely disconnected and lost. Since January, I've really been struggling with my ide...

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I See Your True Colors

by Anne Marie Owens This past weekend our daughter, Sophie, asked for sushi and a movie. And our son, Jude, was just happy to be with Sophie. So I grabbed some Tokyo Express then took them to rent a Redbox. They (Sophie) chose the movie Trolls. It looked like a colorful cartoon with a fun soundtrack, so I got it. And all was good that night until Sophie told me she was to...

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