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Everyone needs encouragement. Bosses and co-workers alike face difficult situations and make mistakes or fail on a daily basis. They need help to cope with disappointment, fear, doubt and uncertainty.…

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Jumping to Conclusions Taking both sides of a story into consideration BEFORE judging or making a decision will keep you out of trouble. One person’s side may sound good until…

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Hardcover What in the World Is Going On?David Jeremiah. Thomas Nelson, $22.99 Love Your Life Victoria Osteen. Free Press, $25.00 Before You DoT.D. Jakes. Atria, $25.00 Multiple BlessingsJon & Kate…

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The 17-year-old grocery bagger, Moisei Baranuic, admitted that he thought about keeping the money at first. Baranuic teaches a Sunday school class for 10-year-olds at First Ukrainian Baptist Church in…

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The top-ranked Crimson Tide finished its regular season undefeated at 12-0 and faces No. 2 Florida in Atlanta on Saturday. Coffee, one of the Southeastern Conference’s leading rushers, is sharing…

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I still think of myself as being about 26—until I pass by a mirror or a plate-glass window and see my late grandfather, Fred Prather, staring back at me. As…

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1. The Gift of Listening You’ve heard this before, right? We should all be better listeners. You can give a true gift by really listening–no interruptions, no day-dreaming, no planning…

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As a matter of fact, I believe we need to pray for one another’s physical needs in a much more effective way than we have in the past. Our prayers…

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