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GOD OF WONDERS BY CITY ON A HILL
Shakespeare said, “"How far that little candle throws his beams. So shines a good deed in a weary world."
When we shine God’s light at work today, we can share a little hope with our co workers and help brighten our company culture!
A tiny candle can break up the eclipsing darkness. A city on a hill can be seen from miles away. A simple light bulb can illuminate an entire room. If you feel like your work setting is a dark place, be a simple light. Be a simple influence. Showcase God's love by the way you live. If you don't have enought light yourself, reflect God's light.
So much of our life is how we react to the challenges that come our way.
Jesus never said: "FIGURE IT OUT." But all throughout the Bible he does say, "DO NOT FEAR," and "I AM WITH YOU" and "I AM IN CONTROL."
We can give our burdens over to him. We don't have to carry them around!
Let's leave our baggage at the curb and walk away! -Scott Herrold
There is an article on The Christian post from Eric Mataxes that talks to young athiests about their views of faith. This story says that many Atheists actually respect you for owning your faith & not watering own God's Word. How are we living lives that show our children that we actually believe what we say we believe?
Larry Taunton of the Fixed Point Foundation set out to find out why so many young Christians lose their faith in college. #6ve1pW66H6RiHf4R.99">You can read his findings here.
Chef Phillip Dell answered your questions on healthy cooking & weight loss.
Chef Dell has competed on The Food Network, he's worked at Wynn Las Vegas & Grand Traverse Resort. He is proprietor of SinCityChefs.com
SOS Radio listeners called my show and shared lots of great advice for newlyweds!
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There's nothing more annoying to a parent than hearing the three deaded summertime words: "MOM, I'm BORED!" Here's a few fun ideas you can do with the kids this week with minimal planning!
Paper mache! (Cut up newspaper strips and shape them into something fun with flour & water) Blow up some balloons and cover them in the paper mache strips and make a piñata! Fill it with candy and have even more fun
Print off a new coloring page and color with them
Visit your local library and pick out 5 new books or check for their story time.
Summer movies at your local theater. Most movie chains have kids movies before noon and they are either free or $1 per person.
Here's a powerful miracle story about Aaron Shust's little son Michael.
We Ask God to do it! In Romans 12, St Paul warns us, "Don’t conform to this age. Instead, be transformed by renewing your minds."