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  • by Robert H Berendt
When Moses struck the rock in the wilderness instead of speaking to it, God punished him by not allowing him to enter the Promised Land.
  • by Randy D'Alessandro
All too often in our society a public figure faces humiliation after a sinful action comes to light. We regularly hear the phrase, "I take full responsibility for my actions." What does this phrase really mean? Taking responsibility means much more than simply admitting guilt.
  • by Lynne Broschak
During our lifetime, we have many opportunities to experience wondrous events, such as the birth of children and grandchildren. The love we feel for them seems at times to be overwhelming. Is this what God experiences when a new child is added to His spiritual Family?
  • by United Church of God
What's the key to living a fulfilling life?
  • by United Church of God
Mirrors are a great help when looking for the source of our failures. And that's the first step to success!
  • by United Church of God
Elijah demanded that the people stop wavering in deciding who they would follow—God or Baal (1 Kings 18:21).
  • by Bonnie Greider
It seems that nobody likes correction. Instead of accepting it, some get angry, get hurt or get even. How you choose to handle it can make a world of difference in your job and in your life.
  • by Robert H Berendt
Ultimately, we are all teachers. How can we become good teachers who inspire our “students” to great things?
  • by Teddi Treybig
"I remember what it was like being a teen. Kids have always pushed at the rules. It's not so different today. What's the big deal?"
  • by Robert H Berendt
"I dare you! I double dare you!" Then what? Those words are often followed by actions that are dangerous, illegal, embarrassing or risky in one way or another.
  • by Gary Petty
Being a member of the color guard, bearing the standard for a group, is a position of honor, courage and responsibility. You are called to help bear a standard.