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Posted: Oct 16, 2017

Maybe We're Just Hungry

What in the world would make a fish go after a worm on a hook.  Perhaps it’s because he’s just a total idiot. Or he’s a disgusting gluttonous pig who can’t control his desire. Maybe it’s because he’s evil. Possibly it’s because he’s worthless and doesn’t even deserve to live at all. No, in reality, the fish goes after the worm on the hook for one reason: he is hungry and doesn’t comprehend that his meal is on a hook that will eventually take his life.

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Posted: Oct 9, 2017

Marriage – For Better or For Worse

For many of us our wedding vows included a commitment to love and cherish one another in sickness and in health and “for better or for worse.” It’s easy to act loving in the “better” of marriage, but when the “worse” arrives on the scene, that can be an entirely different matter. The variable is what shape worse takes.
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Posted: Sep 28, 2017

Hefner is Dead, but His Legacy Lives On

Hugh Hefner died this week. The modern king of porn and sexual decadence is no longer on his throne. But don't be fooled into thinking that porn and sexual decadence died with him. The battle for integrity and righteousness rages on.
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Posted: Sep 15, 2017

I Learned Compassion After Betrayal

I am living proof that a person can go on to live a happy life after being betrayed by their spouse. I have a very good life, and found out that I am stronger, wiser, and more resilient that I ever imagined. Over the past year I have learned and discovered more about sex and pornography addiction than I had in previous decades. Through my learning, I have developed compassion, and most importantly, that his addiction was not my fault.
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Posted: Sep 8, 2017

Teaching Your Kids how to “Live” Kindheartedly Online

We have created a world full of technology and every human is affected by its power and influence—especially kids! Each time we text, send an email, post on social media, interact with others on a game, or create a new piece of technology, we create ripples.

In fact, all of our actions online and in “real life” create ripples, or small waves of change around us. This is a tremendous power! We can uplift others or tear them down with a few words or one small action.

How do we help our kids see the huge impact they have on others? And how do we start using technology for good?

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