Monthly Archives: February 2012

Do We Truly Appreciate God’s Compassion? – Matthew 18:23-35

Do you know any people that you owe? Maybe that makes you think of the IRS and your taxes. According to Paul Harvey’s “For What It’s Worth Department”, the Internal Revenue Service office in Jacksonville, FL, heard from a woman … Continue reading

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Top Ten Financial Mistakes Families Make (Part 2 of 2) – by Steve Worley

The chances are, if you are married, that one of you is good at working the numbers and the other one isn’t good with numbers (the free spirit).  That isn’t the real problem.  The problem is when the “good at … Continue reading

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5 Steps To Compassion When It Seems Impossible – Psalm 35:1-14

Sometimes we must face difficult obstacles. In fact, they may seem impossible. Perhaps you may even face a situation that is more difficult than trying to solve a redneck murder. There are two reasons why it is so difficult to solve: 1. … Continue reading

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Top Ten Financial Mistakes Families Make (Part 1 of 2) – by Steve Worley

What is the number one cause of divorce?  Money and financial problems. Men and women are different in so many ways, including money. When it comes to money, men tend to take more risk and don’t save for emergencies. Men use … Continue reading

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What Every Parent Ought To Communicate To Their Kids – Part 3 of 3

As I mentioned in my last two posts on this topic, it is not my intent to get every parent to communicate the exact same thoughts that I would, but it is my intent to see every parent communicate their … Continue reading

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The Connection Between My Feelings And My Bus Visitation

Feelings & Bus Visitation Don’t let feelings dictate to you how long you visit – A set time to start and set time to quit. Visit according to the clock – Things will change at times, but the majority of the time … Continue reading

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What Every Parent Ought To Communicate To Their Kids – Part 2 of 3

As I mentioned in my last post on this topic, it is not my intent to get every parent to communicate the exact same thoughts that I would, but it is my intent to see every parent communicate their own … Continue reading

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