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    Are You Married to Your Wounds?

    This booklet presents fresh thoughts in an eternal context on the subject of wounds. Where one bad experience or bad decision will cause a bruise,...

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    40 Years of Change

    Mercy does a long-term work. “Even when they had made for themselves a golden calf and said, ‘This is your God who brought you up...

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    A Creative Adventure in Faith

    Have you ever had someone recognize something in you that you couldn’t see or thought was insignificant about yourself? If so, it was probably someone...

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    Hear and Love, the Great Commandments

    A scribe had a question for Jesus: “Which commandment is the most important of all?” (Mark 12:28). This man was familiar with the Scriptures for...

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    Building Walls of Doctrine

    For some people, walls mean confinement, with no way out. In Bible times, however, walls were for preservation of cities against attacks from the outside