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Real Christian. Real times. Real life.
Thursday, August 18, 2016
Some days just trying to be a Christian can accelerate that feeling of just treading water. I get it. Add to that whatever situation you’re in or circumstances that you’re going through, and the overwhelming feeling can be summed up with “what’s the point?” One of my habitual sayings, which you’ve heard before, is Mr.
Wholeness, healing for women goal of drama ministry
Thursday, August 18, 2016
RICHMOND, Va. – A ministry leader receives a troubling medical diagnosis. A preteen is sexually abused by a grown man her mother had introduced as an uncle. A married mother considers adopting until she learns she's already pregnant with her second child. These female characters expressing pain are among more than 20 personalities presented in
Black police confence draws call to love officers
Friday, August 12, 2016
WASHINGTON – Following Attorney General Loretta Lynch's call at a gathering of black law enforcement executives for America to "foster trust between communities and law enforcement," a black Philadelphia police sergeant said Christians should be known for extending the love of Christ to police officers in their communities. Sgt. Kathy Thompson, a
Life is a combo plate
Friday, August 5, 2016
I love Mexican food, especially a good combo plate. You can’t beat the classic duo of a chicken enchilada and chile relleno. I see this entrée as a parable on life. We live in tension between two seemingly opposite poles. The word balance comes to mind. In our personal lives, we try to maintain balance between work and rest, prayer and

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