It’s About Relationship

I came across a piece in Christianity Today. It’s an interview of Sally Lloyd-Jones, an author of children’s books. The interview was conducted in light of the success of The Jesus Storybook Bible. It’s an interesting read, especially when Lloyd-Jones describes the perspective from which she writes for children. One

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Delight

As I write, the plane my sister-in-law Che and her husband Sarsi are on is just about to land in Honolulu, Hawaii. The day started quite early. And it was very evident that they were extremely excited and delighted to make this trip. In fact, they had been thinking about

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I Am CHRISTian

The May 2015 edition of Readers’ Digest features an article from Psychology Today, written by Jena Pincott. In it Pincott addresses the question “Why We Bend the Rules.” She identifies some defense strategies people use to justify bending the rules. They include: The Creativity Defense—“The more creative you are, the

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Coverage

It’s long overdue, but I finally received it last week—the “Membership Agreement and Evidence of Coverage” for my new health plan. I enrolled in this new plan last year, which took effect at the beginning of this year. But it took all this time, and many communications requesting for it,

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Core Matters

In sharing my intention to work toward developing a healthier and stronger body, I am often given the advice to work on my core. But what, exactly, is the “core”? I had a general idea of what it was, but I decided to do a little reading. Here’s one explanation:

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