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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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Holy Glory Batman, these geeks love Jesus!

Geeky Guys 4 God

Joe Queen was well into his 20s when he began collecting Star Wars toys and other franchise memorabilia. The futuristic film, it seems, captured a key part of his past. “I grew up with Star Wars, which was released when ...

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Scars

scars

Jesus restores what is broken. And even though we may have scars, the scars are not our entire story, merely part of our story. Easter isn’t just about the cross, it’s about the empty tomb. When Jesus appeared to the ...

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Breaking the chains of addiction to porn

Breaking the addiction of porn

Aaron Reinicke was one of 10 children raised in a Christian home. He knew right from wrong, yet by the time he reached legal age, his life had become quite careless. The mess began when he stumbled upon some pornography. ...

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Saying goodbye

Roses

How do you say goodbye to a child you gave up through abortion? Cara and Marcus, grief-stricken over the choice they made, decided to hold a private memorial service for a child they believed to have been a girl. Just ...

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Car crash kills Carlsbad missionary in Africa

Reg and Nancy Cowie

Daybreak Church in Carlsbad has launched an online crowdfunding account for the widow of one of their missionaries, who was killed in car crash in early December while ministering in South Africa. Reg Cowie, who was serving in South Africa ...

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Autism becomes ‘one of God’s greatest gifts’

autism

Six months after his parents moved from California to Uruguay with as missionaries in 1990, Steven Kunkel stopped speaking. His parents first thought their 1-year-old had culture shock, but they knew something else was wrong when he did not speak ...

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