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I wrote an essay on spiritual warfare and submitted it to my denomination’s national magazine. After dropping the brown envelope in the mailbox, I berated myself for being foolish enough to risk rejection. All their writers are reverends. And, for the most … Continue reading
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He was a gifted and handsome teenager, favoured by his wealthy father, his future bright. Of his eleven brothers, ten hated him. Enough to kill him. His oldest brother tried to save him, but in the end the boy who … Continue reading
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There’s a basic need for significance ingrained in our natures. We need to sense that our contribution to the big picture matters. Significance doesn’t mean becoming famous. It doesn’t mean we’re the best at what we do; it simply means … Continue reading