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Caregiver Guilt

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I was inspired by Arden Kohout’s excellent article on Mom Guilt. I remember those days. I didn’t raise my four children during a pandemic, but still there was plenty of guilt, frustration and feelings of failure – some real and some imagined....

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Resources for better listening to sermons

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Have you ever had a hard time remembering specifics from the Sunday morning sermon only a few hours after service? It's embarrassing but I know, I've been there myself. It's so easy to listen and even be encouraged in the moment but forget what I heard as I go about my day and week. It reminds me of one of the most challenging verses I know in scripture, James 1:22-25: "...

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Encouragement from a Physician

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Metro Family, Greetings. I hope all is well with you and your loved ones. I want to update you on some thoughts from where I sit as a physician and as a brother. First, as the great prophet Danny Jones has said, "Church, no freak-out!" The national and state curves are bending in the right direction. As I shared in a previous post, the resources from Johns Hopkins and th...

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Government is God's Idea

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Government is God's idea. By John Stemberger Therefore, our starting place to think Biblically about civil government is that it is inherently good. Government is good, because, like the family and the church, the government was also an institution ordained and designed by God, intended for our good. It is trendy today to have a low-grade hatred or an automatic disresp...

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