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A Matter of Perspective

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As Elders of Grace we wanted to reach out to you and let you know that we have been praying deeply for you and our church family as we journey through this unprecedented time together.

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Some Knowledge About Knowledge And Diversity

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What does it mean to know something? When does someone know that in a vacuum, gravity accelerates falling objects at 9.8 meters per second? When does someone know Christ? When does a husband know his wife? When does someone know that 2+2=4? When does a white person know what it is like to be a...

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10 Things Happy Couples Are Doing

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I love food. Food is good. And, if you’re like me, when I eat something delicious, I want to know the recipe so I can perhaps replicate it for a future meal. But, I’ll need to find out the ingredients and cooking instructions if I’m going to have any success in the...

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“Shake it Off”…Good Advice from Taylor Swift?

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Alright…we’ve all heard the song this year.  Ms. Swift is letting us know she’s not about to let other people’s thoughts, talk, or actions adversely affect her attitude and life.  While some folks find the tune merely catchy and the lyrics cute, there are...

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10 Things You Should Never Say To Someone In Pain

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In the Body of Christ, we are called to rejoice with those who rejoice and suffer with those who are suffering. Rejoicing is easy…suffering is hard. (Sorry about being so obvious.) But, when given the opportunity to suffer with someone, we often blow it. We feel the pressure of having to...

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Three Things I Learned From Jesus About Talking To Teens

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I have been a youth pastor for a handful of years. One of the problems that I regularly see is that parent’s simply don’t know how to speak with their students in a meaningful and caring way and thus cause their middle schooler or high schooler to feel misunderstood and...

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