Monthly Archives: January 2015

Why is the price of gas falling so far and so fast you ask?

Do you remember when Saddam Hussein was captured, when the space shuttle Columbia disintegrated on re-entry, and when Finding Nemo was the biggest movie of the year? Here’s a hint—it was the last time gas prices were this low. It’s … Continue reading

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God Always Keeps His Promises

When God makes a promise he keeps it. He doesn’t forget, he doesn’t change his mind and he’s always faithful. However there are some of His promises that depend upon our faithfulness? Matthew 6:33 says, “Seek first God’s kingdom and … Continue reading

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Repayment and Restitution

There are few things harder than admitting when you’re wrong and asking for forgiveness. But there’s nothing that builds stronger relationships and stronger character than doing so.  And then you can move on – except – for one small thing. … Continue reading

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A surefire way to prevent identity thieves from getting your tax refund

What do 3 out of 4 Americans have in common this time of year? And no, it’s not waiting to see who’ll be eliminated from American Idol. The vast majority of us expect to receive a refund from the IRS. … Continue reading

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How to be a Godly Employer

If you’re an employee, you’ve probably had some good bosses and some who weren’t.  And if you are the boss or an employer, you know how difficult that can be. Fortunately, there’s a book that’ll help you become the best … Continue reading

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Integrity and Your Walk with Christ

Leith Anderson, a Minnesota pastor, published an excellent book in 1994 titled Winning the Values War: In a Changing Culture, in which he speaks of “The Forgotten Value.” What value was he talking about? Integrity! Psalm 15:2-5 does a wonderful … Continue reading

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Tax Refund Tips for You to Follow

People are starting to file their 2014 taxes, and Uncle Sam will soon send out millions of checks. It’s astounding that the average federal tax refund is around $3,000. Why do folks give interest free loans to the government in … Continue reading

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