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  • He was the youngest of 8 boys. He was small and given the worst chores. Most of the time, to his family, he was an after-thought. In fact, when an opportunity came, he was the last to be considered, and even then, it was only after being practically forgotten.
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  • As long as I can remember I’ve always wanted to be a Mom. I got my first “Baby Alive” doll when I was six; playing house was my favorite thing to do. I baby sat all the neighborhood kids in high school and even became a professional nanny for a while. But becoming a “real” Mom has completely changed my life. I can just hear my Mom say...
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  • My striving, type-A tendencies were already deeply ingrained by second grade. Sitting at our dining room table with a blank sheet of paper, a pencil, and absolutely no idea how to get the picture in my head onto the paper left me with a sinking feeling in my stomach and close to tears...
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  • Recently, a friend of mind had one of the most interesting flights. She sat next to a guy from West Virginia who had never been on a plane until that day. He had also never seen a building taller than two stories or seen the ocean. He hunts squirrels and
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  • OH COME ON!!! HOW DO YOU NOT GIVE MARSHAWN THE BALL ON THE ½ YARDLINE!?!?!?! Yes I was saying that too on Sunday night. I’m not writing this to pile on the Seahawks. I love the way Pete Carroll stood tall and took responsibility for what happened. He’s a great coach and the Seahawks wouldn’t be who they are without him. I’m also glad that my mistakes are nowhere near as
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  • This 20-something guy then proceeded to open up a bit about how he'd grown up in a faith-filled home, but once college came around, he'd opted more for late Saturday nights with friends than early Sunday mornings at church."I guess I just kinda fell away," he continued. He looked at the ground as he talked, probably waiting for me to offer a cliche or some advice, but instead I said:
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  • My boys and I were watching the game. It didn’t take long for our heads to be hanging low. Never before had we seen our beloved Seahawks play so poorly. Quarter by quarter, interception by interception, our doubt was growing. My son Hayden even said, “It’s going take a miracle.” I had gotten to the point where I
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  • A friend told me a joke the other day about a woman who went to an auto repair shop and asked the mechanic for a seven hundred ten. He looked puzzled and said, “What’s a seven hundred ten?” She replied, “You know, the little piece in the middle of the engine. I’ve lost it and need a new one. I don’t know exactly
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  • "Sorry Seems To Be The Hardest Word."  Not only was it an Elton John song title from the 1970's... it's a reality for the present.
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  • SPIRIT 105.3 is heading to the Greek islands to retrace the footsteps of the Apostle Paul. Your bible will come to life as we explore the ancient land where Paul made missionary journeys. I have never been to Greece so I’m very excited to share this amazing journey with you. I’m brushing up on the Greek language as we speak. ;-)
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  • 2 Thessalonians 3:16

    2 Thessalonians 3:16 • Now may the Lord of peace himself give you peace at all times in every way. The Lord be with you all. Read More
  • Forgotten By Them But Chosen By Him

    He was the youngest of 8 boys. He was small and given the worst chores. Most of the time, to his family, he was an after-thought. In fact, when an opportunity came, he was the last to be considered, and even then, it was only after being practically forgotten. Read More

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