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Why Didn’t You Tell Me? By Cheryl Hughes

Garey and I will be married 44 years on November 28th of this year.  Now, wouldn’t you think we would know all there is to know about each other after 44 years? 

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Jarrod Jacobs: "Don't Call Me Back"

Every once in awhile, I get a phone message where the person on the other end leaves a message and then says, “Don’t call me back” or words similar to this. When someone leaves a message like this, I always wonder why someone spent the time and energy to call and leave a message if he doesn’t intend to hear what I have to say in response to the question or complaint. The truth is, this person doesn’t want a reply. He wants only to “vent” his thoughts without response.

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PHIL'S PHILOSOPHY BY; D.P. KINKADE CONTRIBUTIONS BY; TAYLOR & DRAKE KINKADE

DON'T Judge ME- If you have lived very long upon this earth at all you have heard someone use the phrase, “Don't judge me” at some point, haven't you? Most of us have heard the phrase multiple times, probably the majority of us have even said it or at least thought it, in relationship to our own particular indiscretions, leanings, perceptions, habits or inclinations. We do not want others to condemn us, or think harshly of us, based on how they personally filter and interpret the world and apply it toward their own interactions with others.

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Healthy Eating by Shelby Shelby

The MIND Diet for Alzheimer’s disease Prevention

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Andy Sullivan: Against the Grain

I might’ve made a mistake.  I know it’s hard to believe.  I’m a pretty hardcore regimented runner.  I run an hour on

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Patty Craig: A Slice of Time

Last week, I wore corduroy pants for the first time this fall – a sure sign of a cool day. Three events scheduled in the near future also mark this time as mid-fall. Halloween, the end of Daylight Savings Time, and Election Day will soon come and go. Each of these mid-fall dates has its own significance.

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Don Locke: Lookin Thru Bifocals

The Bible is not only “The Good Book,” it is the “True Book.”

It’s not about “Gog sneakin’ around trying to catch us in something we’re not supposed to be doing,” it gives good advice – practical advice:

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The Good Sister By Cheryl Hughes

In most families that contain more than one girl, there is usually that one daughter who is the good sister.  She is the one who tries to believe the best about the others, the one who tries to keep everybody together. 

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Jarrod Jacobs: Psalm 150

   In our last article, we asked whether or not we are to use instrumental music in worship to God. We went to the New Testament and found ten occasions where God said to sing (Matt. 26:30; Mk. 14:26; Acts 16:25; Rom. 15:9; I Cor. 14:15; Eph. 5:19; Col. 3:16; Heb. 2:12, 13:15; Jas. 5:13). In that article, I also noted that the subject of instrumental music in worship caused many heated discussions throughout the years. It still does! I received an anonymous call from someone who read that article and asked about Psalm 150.

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Healthy Eating by Shelby Shelby

Teal Pumpkin Project for a Safe Halloween with Food Allergies

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