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We’ve all met them.
I’m talking about those people at work or in the neighborhood or even within our extended family who love to “stir the pot,” creating tension in groups by means of divisive comments or actions.
There are all sorts of psychological and/or social factors behind such behavior but the effect is often quite costly.
That’s […]

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Morning Devotion: What loving families do

When you were a teen and visited the homes of your friends, you could typically tell right away if the family members there respected each other and treated one another with kindness.
And if you sensed that relationships were not cherished but instead taken for granted, you probably didn’t want to return.
Who wants to stay in […]

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Morning Devotion: A gift for God

Dads love it when their kids get along.
It’s especially sweet to a father when his kids not only get along, but they act like buddies who like doing things together.
That’s how it was with my Jessica and Melissa when they were kids.
During their adolescence, there were some rough spots in this regard.
Just like in most […]

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Morning Devotion: What Abba wants

Just about every dad wants his kids to get along.
Regardless of the kids’ ages, it brings a sense of calm satisifaction to the father when he sees his children viewing one another as allies rather than enemies.
I’ve seen plenty of examples of the above and it’s pleasing to the soul.
Of course, I’ve seen heartbroken fathers […]

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I love it when the Word nails it.
I’m talking about the perfect kind of advice that, if followed, can unleash a river of blessing into a congregation.
I want this river for my congregation, SouthWinds Christian Church in south Miami, Florida.
You can see this river flow in your congregation, too, as your brothers and sisters in […]

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