Category Archives: courage

Relationship-driven? Am I Pop Culture Or Godly Core Values?

Does peer pressure jerk me around–tell me what to do? Do I change depending on the group  I am with–a leaf in the wind? If others do not accept my core values do they accept me? Do I have courage, … Continue reading

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David’s Faith Statement

I’ve been blessed by insights from David’s battle with the giant, Goliath! If context is appropriate, here are some insights that may parallel Friday’s rebellious attack on a holy God. · God’s people were greatly out-manned—could not compete with Goliath. … Continue reading

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Ashamed Of Being Called “Christian,” “Goody Goody,” “Wholesome”?

  There are some timid Christians. Some seem ashamed to claim Jesus as their Lord and Savior? Why so silent around nonbelievers? They are anxious to talk about family or text about their friends. Is Jesus not a special friend ? Here are some … Continue reading

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“I Was Country When Country Wasn’t Cool”

     “I Was Country When Country Wasn’t Cool”  was a big hit song for country singer, Barbara Mandrell years ago. I revisited  my past by watching her sing this clean country song on YouTube recently. It got me to thinking; … Continue reading

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