Tag Archives: Conflicts

Debate Requires Two Sides

I am posing this weeks post in the form of a question to which I am desperately seeking an answer (below you will find a place to leave a comment). Whatever happened to opposing views in an arena of open … Continue reading

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If Only Dads Could Be More Like Jephthah

1st John 2:16…For all that is in the world, the lust of the eyes, the lust of the flesh, and the pride of life, is not of the Father, but is of the world. Jesus was tempted by the devil … Continue reading

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You Have to Enjoy AND Endure Your Marriage

I’ve heard it said many times from our pulpit at church: “A marriage is supposed to be enjoyed rather than endured.” Well that makes sense considering you enjoy things you like and endure things you don’t like. I enjoy my … Continue reading

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Eliminating Needless Conflicts

                In all of literature there are three variations of plots which center on conflicts, for any and all storylines.  One of them is known as man vs. environment, which could manifest itself in one person’s struggle against causes, values, … Continue reading

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