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Being Light in the Darkness


I was shopping at Publix the other week just when the pandemic began to noticeably effect our lives here in Central Florida. I was just gathering normal groceries such as lunch meat, cereal, produce, etc. Browsing around the store, it was clear that people were reacting to the news. Bread aisle: empty. Bottled water: a few of the smaller packs left. Paper products: toilet ...

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To Love and To Cherish


Most of us included this line in our marriage vows. And if you are like us, you have probably assumed love and cherish are the same. This is not true. Gary Thomas in his book, Cherish, expounds on this in great detail. We encourage you to read it together as a couple if you haven't yet. Today, as we are all spending much more time together as couples, we want to give you...

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How to Care for Your Children During Times of Uncertainty


Parents, let's pause for a moment and have a real-life chat. If you have mini-humans in your home chances are you have had conversations about topics you never thought you would find yourself in the middle of. If you have little ones, they may ask, "why?" a million times a day. Our children look to us for guidance and to help inform them of their surroundings. As they gro...

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Voices From the Church During the Crisis: A Doctor's Perspective


Metro Family, Greetings. I hope all is well with you and your loved ones. As a brother in our body, I want to take the opportunity to provide you with some medical information and words of encouragement. I hope to be brief and anointed brief I can doanointed, well, you judge. In Dec/Jan, the world became aware of the viral infection we now know as COVID-19. There are ...

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