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Not Just a Pie

Sometimes a pie is just a pie. I need one for a special occasion, so I bake it and eat a slice or two. End of story. However, one day while I was coated in flour and cinnamon, I noticed a correlation between my stress level and baking habits and …

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What I’m Reading: The Methuselah Project

If you’re looking for an exciting read, check out The Methuselah Project by Rick Barry. This novel is the story of World War II pilot Roger Greene. When Roger’s plane crashes inside of Germany, he’s taken captive. Nazi doctors perform a medical experiment that transforms Roger into a Methuselah man—a …

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Truth Versus Love?

A battle between truth and love is raging in our culture. Pitted against each other like bitter rivals in a boxing match, truth and love have some Christians choosing the side of one over the other as if they were spectators witnessing an epic fight. Each side has fans that …

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What I’m Reading–Courtship in Crisis: The Case for Traditional Dating

So, as someone who has spent many years dating traditionally and occasionally wondering if I was doing something wrong, the premise of Thomas Umstattd Jr.’s book, Courtship in Crisis: The Case for Traditional Dating intrigued me. Once a proponent of courtship as promoted by the conservative Christian homeschool community, Umstattd learned …

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Waiting…Again

Psalm 130:5-6 (NIV) I wait for the Lord, my whole being waits, and in his word I put my hope. My soul waits for the Lord more than watchmen wait for the morning, more than watchmen wait for the morning. I like to think I’m good at waiting. I’ve spent …

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What I’m Reading: Angelhood

Nanette is a teenager overwhelmed by difficult circumstances. She dreams of studying theater, but her college of choice rejects her. Then, her best friend is killed in a car accident—that’s Nanette’s fault. Deciding the world will be better off without her, Nanette finds her mother’s gun, pulls the trigger, hears …

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