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How to Avoid Being Just a But in the Pew

From the Reflections Column Archives 9-13-15) A But in a Pew “If only your service had more uplifting music, then I would consider attending church.” “If only your service had softer music, then I would consider attending church.” “If only the sermon was livelier, then I would consider attending church.” The reasons for missing out […]

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How to Build a Life Worth Living

Building a Life Worth Living by Kathryn C Lang from the Reflections and HOPE Archives 9-27-15 “The one with the most toys wins.” The idea and the images that come from this statement range from kids in a sandbox to grown adults on the golf course (or the lake). Society teaches that a life worth […]

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Reflections and HOPE - Sunday

Make the Choice for Now

“In a minute.” I live in a house where this phrase is used with ease and comfort – and usually to mean that I never have an intention of doing what is being asked . . . in a minute, an hour, or ever. My children do it. I will ask them to fulfill a […]

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Breaking the Cycle of Do Nothing

Reflections and HOPE – Breaking the Cycle of Do Nothing I have the tools. I have the plan. I have the answers. They are all right there, lined up neatly in front of me. I choose to do something else – actually, I choose to do nothing at all. “You deserve some time off.” People […]

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