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November, 2017

  • 22 November

    Are You a Good Steward of Your Money?

    The Bible tells us to be wise as a serpent and harmless as a dove. This statement holds a vast amount of wisdom within its meaning. While many saints are wise in spiritual matters, we often lack knowledge in regard to common things. There are many saints who struggle with …

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  • 21 November

    Lessons We Should Learn from Hollywood’s Sexual Predation Fallout

    It’s been an intense season of exposure of some of the most powerful men in the entertainment and political sphere. Story after story of sexual harassment and predatory behavior towards women and men have surfaced in the past few weeks—so much so that it’s hard to comprehend. I’m aware of …

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  • 20 November

    Vacation Planning Without Credit Cards

    So we are currently at the end of 2017—is it too soon to think about when you are going on vacation in 2018? Certainly not! In fact, this is the best time for most families to think about when and where they will enjoy their vacation in 2018. While searching …

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  • 16 November

    Faith and Persecution: Do We Have It Easy in America?

    We are pretty much free to believe whatever we want in America and identify as we wish. We insult, mock and take for granted God, the Bible and the faith. This isn’t the case everywhere in the world. We could learn just how serious having faith in Christ really is …

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  • 15 November

    LG’s New Ultra HD TV Is Wallpaper-Thin

    Earlier this year LG released its “Signature OLED TV W”  and just like how most tech progresses, this TV is much thinner and lighter than its predecessors. So thin and light, in fact, that it easily bends like wallpaper and can only be attached to a wall via a magnetic wall mount. …

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  • 13 November

    The Importance of Budgeting for the Holiday Season

    It’s November and the holiday season is upon us.  While many are preparing for the festivities and gift giving of the season, its important to not get caught up in emotional spending. When you’re out Christmas shopping, don’t let your emotions get in the way. If you do you’re probably …

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  • 8 November

    How Our Good Intentions May Not be Spirit-Led

    There is no satisfaction apart from salvation that can compare to the joy we get from doing good deeds. The issue we commonly face is that we often lack direction in how and when to do what we feel is good. The Bible tells us to lean not to our …

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  • 7 November

    Are You Drifting Away from God? Here ‘s How to Change That

    Consistency is the strength of every relationship, and our relationship with God is no different. It can be easy to get off track with so many distractions and temptations though. There’s a song by KB titled “Art of Drifting”, from his recent album release entitled Today We Rebel. It is …

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  • 6 November

    5 Quick Tax Savings Tips for 2017

    Many people are getting ready to walk into 2018 thinking that they will receive a huge tax refund. Unfortunately, many of those people may be surprised. I would like you to do three things before the end of this month to help with your tax situation: Increase Tax Withheld From …

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  • 2 November

    Do You Show Your Husband an Abundance of Grace?

    Grace is obviously a form of kindness because it’s often undeserved or simply extended as a courtesy. God dishes massive amounts of grace through His Son, drawing us to Him. Grace provides wiggle room to learn, opportunity to grow, and a safe place to become a better human being. I …

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