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Monday Mission - A New Reminder

In our technology-minded world we all have numerous accounts and passwords to keep track of. Have you ever considered using a password as a reminder for yourself?

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Friday Devotional- Fruits of the Spirit

The world tells us to indulge ourselves in whatever we want. Whatever makes us happy. To live for self. To say whatever we want…even if it’s hurtful. And we better not stand for anything in the Bible because it will offend folks. And if we do, we could be considered a terrible person. The problem for Christians is that the Bible says something very different. From front to back it’s very clear. We are to: 1) serve and love God and others, and 2) walk by the Holy Spirit.

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Monday Mission--Stay Positive

Recently I've been struggling to stay positive due to multiple experiences of negativity going on in my work, life, and the world. If you are like me, sometimes it's helpful to be challenged by lists of alternatives to giving into a negative mindset. So I compiled a list of tips that I hope you will find helpful to combat negativity. It is my hope that you can adopt one or more of these tips to help you stay positive this week and become your Monday Mission!

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Tuesday Truth - Happiness isn't Joy

As we continue to look at joy this week, it is important we make one distinction: joy and happiness are not the same thing. They are vastly different.

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Friday Devotional - Many Benefits

The benefits of accepting Christ as our Savior are vast. It’s a free gift for all who want it. When we give our life to Christ, we receive much more than just eternal life. We are more than just sinners saved by grace. These things are wonderful, and I am excited about them, but there’s so much more to it.