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Words Wisely

Lunchtime Meditation: Use Your Words Wisely

  “Do all things without complaining and disputing.” – Philippians 2:14 One weeknight, while I was still in college, I walked into an Attleboro, Massachusetts church. Much like the friends who invited me, the congregation was different than what I was accustomed to. But, the Word of God remained the same. The young person who

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Meditation for Non-Meditators: Learn to Meditate in Five Minutes by Janet Taylor

There are many common misconceptions about meditation. Want to learn how to most easily incorporate this powerful, beneficial practice into your everyday life? Despite popular belief, you don’t need to become a full-time Zen master or give up your demanding job. All you need is a few minutes per day to hit the pause button,

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Lunchtime Meditation: The Discipline of Courage, Abandoning Fear

“God has not given us a spirit of fear and timidity, but of power, love, and self-discipline.” – 2 Timothy 1:7 Lesson In Dune, the celebrated science fiction writer Frank Herbert wrote “fear is a mind-killer” as the opening to the Litany Against Fear. That tiny statement sums up fear better than anything I’ve ever

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