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The Pastor’s Blog: life. purpose. hope. is designed to make your life great by helping you apply Biblical principles and godly solutions to everyday life. 


This blog offers the following:
 New spiritual insights
 Practical help with living life and making decisions
 Fresh, helpful Biblical truth

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The book Shepherding a Child’s Heart by Tedd Tripp combines principles from the Bible with real-life examples to show readers how to use the Bible as their guide for parenting their children rather than relying on ever-changing advice from the world.

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Do you have an enemy? Someone who has hurt you or said untrue things about you? How should you treat that person?

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All marriages will hit some bumps in the road. However, when your spouse says or acts like he/she doesn’t love you anymore, it feels more like a mountain. It can be incredibly difficult to navigate your relationship when it feels like you are the only one fighting. But, you are not alone. God is with you, and He is also fighting on your behalf.

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We are celebrating twenty-five years of marriage today. In honor of our anniversary, we want to share some friendly advice with our followers about what we have learned during the course of our marriage.

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Whether you are engaged or have been married for more than twenty-five years, what we are talking about today matters. We all come into marriage with certain expectations, and we all learn that marriage is hard work. If you apply this secret, your marriage will be better!

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Do you remember when you were dating (or courting) your spouse? Did you plan time to be together and make every effort to learn more about each other? I’m sure you did! The question is: are you investing in your marriage the same way you did before you said, “I do”?

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For many of us, forgiveness is easier said than done; however, just because it’s hard does not mean we shouldn’t do it. As Christians, the best way we can show we are Christ followers is to extend forgiveness – even when it is difficult and even when the offender doesn’t “deserve it.”

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Sin seldom affects just one person. Instead, sin festers. Even those sins we think we have hidden will be brought to light. And, those sins we believe are only hurting us are actually hurting those who love us. Ultimately, sin separates. Sin separates us from God and others.

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It is hard to admit you are wrong. It is even worse to admit that you have sinned. However, the act of confessing sin is paramount in the life of a Jesus follower. Sin eats away at you. Fortunately, we can look to God’s Holy Word to see how to confess sins and genuinely apologize.

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