Tag Archive: faith

Jun 03

Buckner to host foster care, adoption meeting

Buckner Children and Family Services will present a FREE foster care and adoption information meeting at 6 p.m. Tuesday, June 11 at Buckner’s offices, 110 E. Cotton. A Buckner representative will give an overview of foster care and adoption options in Texas, including foster-to-adopt, Waiting Texas Children and domestic infant adoption programs. International adoption options, …

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Jun 02

Willing to wait

A pastor decided to change the order of service. He convinced himself that his congregation was bored and disinterested in his messages because they had been following the same format for several years. For years the ushers would take up the offering, the choir would sing and then he would preach. To “mix” things up …

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May 15

What do I do… Where do I go?

“I really need help. I don’t even know how to explain it. Many people think my problems are insignificant and quite trivial. I can even understand that. I know some people that have been through so much more than me who have survived and have lived to tell their story. I really, really need help …

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May 08

A love that knows no limits

Forgiveness, above everything else, is a sign of love. The more we love and value another person, the quicker we are to forgive that one if they have hurt or harmed us, injured or insulted us. Love, especially deep love, will forgive quickly and completely. On the other hand, when someone does something to us …

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Apr 28

God never promised life would be fair

Tim was a warrior. He joined the Marines about four years ago and was excited about serving his country. Why the Marines? Because he wanted to be where the action was; he wanted to make a difference; he wanted to count. Tim finished training and shipped off to Iraq. He wasn’t sitting in an office …

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Mar 06

God never promised life would be fair

By William E. Cripe, Sr. Tim was a warrior.  He joined the Marines about four years ago and was excited about serving his country.  Why the Marines?  Because he wanted to be where the action was; he wanted to make a difference; he wanted to count. Tim finished training and shipped off to Iraq.  He …

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Jan 31

Faith in the workplace

Can the Christian faith make an impact on the workplace?  In America workers are more and more hoping their jobs will provide something more fulfilling than a paycheck.  Is there a place for pastors here?  LeTourneau University’s (LETU) Dallas-based Center for Faith & Works says yes to both questions. Ninety-three percent of all pastors say …

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