Author: Matt Stockman | SPIRIT 105.3 - Faith, Fun and Family
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  • Life has a rhythm to it. You can hear it everywhere... from the clack of a computer keyboard, to tires crossing onto a ferry, to a song on the radio... Our hearts are constantly drawn toward it. Subliminally, rhythm brings a sense of order and direction to things. Even the day-to-day routine of our lives develop...
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  • Flip through your Bible next chance you get, looking for Psalm 134. At only 3 verses, if you’re not looking for it, you’ll pass right over it unnoticed on your way to the oft quoted verses in Psalm 135- like driving through a tiny little ‘wide-spot-in-the-road’ burg on your way to somewhere else that seems more important.
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  • Everyone’s human.
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  • In this political climate it is pretty easy to be judgemental toward the candidates and how they are acting. But, how do we often act with those around us? What are the choices we make every day? How does God say we should act?
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  • Thank you! It is because of your prayers and financial partnership that we are able to make a difference in the village of Thongkouang.
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  • Hello SPIRIT Family - I have returned from my trip to Thongkouang, Laos. The people I met and the stories they shared were powerful. It was amazing to see World Concern working alongside this village, giving them skills and training that will make a lasting impact on the families.Now, we need YOUR help.
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  • Greetings from Laos, We've begun the work in Laos of getting to know the community and understanding their needs so we can best serve them. We want to help them grow and develop in a sustainable way. We hope you will join us on this journey as a partner in transforming the lives of these people through World Concern. Here are a few photos from our trip thus far:
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  • Hey! Matt Stockman here. I'm heading to Laos with World Concern to visit a village that needs our help. The village we are visiting needs the basics of life. Simple things like water that we take for granted. Really rough conditions including poor health and the contstant threat of human trafficking are part of their daily lives. I will be asking them how we can best serve their community. Then we will ask you to join us on Wednesday, January 27th to make an impact on this village.
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  • The recipe goes like this: Start with a healthy portion of bitterness and a heaping spoonful of hatred- add a pinch of guilt to counteract the hatred I know will taste better than it should, and mix with a genuine trepidation about the world my future grandchildren will be born into. This is what my soul cooked up when I heard about what happened in France.
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  • When I was a kid, I vividly remember conversations with the other boys in the neighborhood about the killer bee swarm that was growing by the day, migrating from somewhere exotic toward the U.S., and that within 5 years, we’d all be defending our lives daily to avoid succumbing to the swarm that
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  • The statistics say it takes people hearing about Jesus 7 or more times before it finally clicks. You never know where you are on their journey. Amy tells a story about her dad and the path he was on when he found Jesus.

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