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Silent nights

400 years. That’s how long God was silent between the Old and New Testaments. The last thing anyone heard from God was through the prophet Malachi. Then 400 years. Our country isn’t even 400 years. 400 years ago, was 1614. ...

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Sludge

sludge

Maybe worship songs should come with a warning about the side effects. Something like “prolonged exposure will cause you to repeat phrases 10 times in everyday conversation,” or “do not operate heavy machinery while singing.” For some people, it may be ...

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Gifting outside the box

Operation Christmas Child

There are many local and international faith-based charities that provide non-traditional gift giving opportunities worthy of our generosity. Here are several unique ways we can reach out to the needy in San Diego and around the world. Meals for the ...

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Unbroken in China | The growing Chinese church

Chinese church

The greater the persecution, the greater the revival. It’s a phrase Chinese Christians are using these days, and with good reason. You’ve probably heard a lot about China in the news lately: How it’s threatening peace in the Pacific by ...

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Enough for today

God be my enough

An expensive night at the ER. A car that’s in the shop for yet another repair. Looming big expenses in the next few months that I’m just not sure where the money will come from. I’m a pretty good budgeter. ...

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Paul Saber: Bread winner

Paul Saber

Local franchiser puts faith in action through Panera stores Paul Saber had no intention of spending his life’s work in the restaurant business. Even so, he opened his own hot dog shop, Saber’s Coney Island in New Baltimore, Michigan, right ...

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