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    Structure

    Have you ever driven to work or school or some other frequented location so often that you find yourself going there out of habit when you weren’t supposed to or didn’t have to? I definitely have! It’s a habit, something we have done so often that it becomes natural to the point of not really thinking about it.   Read More...

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    Remembering. Forgetting.

    Remembering. God gives to us many and great blessings. Some of these blessings are so common that we never think about them in terms of being a blessing. One such blessing is our memory and the action of remembering.   Read More...

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    It's A Small World

    A pastor from Michigan called me this week about an upcoming youth gathering and noticed the area code of my phone number was the same as his wife’s family. Turns out we are from the same small city and went to the same schools growing up. Crazy right!?   Read More...

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    When Through The Deep Waters

    While trying to come up with the right words to say, concerning the flooding in Houston—floods which have been described by a VP from the Red Cross as the size of Lake Michigan—I came across this already written by another Meyer. Dr. Dale Meyer graced us with his words of encouragement last week, on Rally Day.   Read More...

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    Life Together in Jesus’ Name

    A positive news story caught my eye recently. The headline was “94-year-old puts in pool for neighborhood kids.” For less than two minutes, you can watch the news clip by clicking here. This news story features a retired court judge named Keith Davison who combats his loneliness by inviting the neighborhood kids to play in his pool.   Read More...

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    The Righteous Shall Live By Faith- Habakkuk

    The statement you see above was not original to Martin Luther, or even to the Apostle Paul, but is evident throughout the entire Old Testament, and comes from God himself. We can even find this core Christian belief in the book of Habakkuk. He is considered a minor prophet, but the length of only three chapters is not diminutive in content by any means!   Read More...

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    The Blessing of Hospitality

    The Blessing of Hospitality. In the Book of Hebrews, the writer encourages Christians to keep on loving fellow Christians and be hospitable to strangers. He writes, “Keep on loving each other as brothers. Do not forget to entertain strangers, for by so doing some people have entertained angels without knowing it” (Hebrews 13:1-2). He is referring to a historical incident from Genesis when Abraham saw three men coming across the plain.   Read More...

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    Transitions are Tough…but so is God

    Transitions are tough. Everyone experiences them, and transitions don't only happen at life milestones either. Transitions can occur fairly often.   Read More...

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    Stretching Our Faith

    I try to work out almost every day of the week except Sunday, but find myself dreading the same workout day every week – Wednesday. I balance my workouts to include arms, cardio, legs, etc. but Wednesday is my yoga or stretching/flexibility day, depending on the week, and it just doesn’t compare.   Read More...

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    A Divine Domino Effect

    There’s something fascinating about dominos falling, one after the other. I remember, as a child, playing with the dominos at my Grandma’s house. Dozens, if not a couple hundred dominos were stood up, set in place about a half-inch to an inch apart. We would make different patterns and designs on the floor with these upright dominos, even trailing them under furniture or up stacks of books.Eventually, it came time to start the chain-reaction.   Read More...

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