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Part Two of The Millennial Question

For those who felt Simon was a little harsh in part 1, he explains.

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5 Truths to Reinforce to Children

It may seem like a never-ending process to undo the lies and deceptions our kids encounter daily through friends and social media, but when we prune each misconception and continue to plant truths about their identity in Christ, we’ll slowly but surely cultivate beautiful freedom in their lives. You are uniquely made for God’s perfect …

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Don’t Talk to Strangers?

I find it sad when we have to warn our children, and each other, not to be trusting of others. It just makes the world seem so frightening and dangerous. Where is the joy in our lives if we are always on our guard? I see a small child in the store, and I say …

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Stereotypes

  We make a serious mistake when we attempt to define a person by one aspect of his or her being. We don’t even attempt to get to know them for who they are, we automatically label them. We use labels such as black, white, democrat, republican, mother, Catholic, welfare recipient, middle class, upper class, …

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A Day of Celebration

Mother’s Day is not just for those who have given birth. Mother’s Day is a day of celebration for any woman that has looked into the eyes of a child and said “I am here for you.” “I got you little one.” Mother’s Day is for honoring any woman who has ever held a child’s …

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Repeat After Me…

YES,YOU ARE HERE FOR A REASON. DON’T LET ANYONE TELL YOU OR MAKE YOU THINK OR FEEL OTHERWISE. YOU HAVE A PURPOSE YOU JUST HAVE TO FIGURE OUT WHAT IT IS BY DIGGING DEEP WITHIN YOURSELF AND FIGURE OUT THAT THING YOU CAN DO THAT NO ONE ELSE IS AS GOOD AT, OR THE THING …

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Learning to Accept Others

It is so easy to form opinion of others. Yet, I bet we never realize that our opinion of another person affects the way we treat them. Frankly, the way we see another person usually has very little to do with them! Our views, opinion, perceptions and our judgment all stems from ourselves. They are …

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If We Don’t, Who Will?

Lately, I have been over hearing a lot of high school and even some college students having conversations about life issues. I notice a lot of them don’t have any common life skills. As I sit and listen to them talk, I am thinking how sad. These young people are being pushed out into the …

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