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Love in reality – a choice

By Dave Henning / November 14, 2023

“When the feeling of love fails us in the night, let us choose to love in reality.  Not by repainting the other as perfect.  Not by loving so that they will change their mind.  But by following Jesus’ very clear example: ‘We love because he first loved us.’ “- Alicia Britt Chole “A new command […]


A battlefield of contradicting information

By Dave Henning / June 14, 2020

“We live in a battlefield of contradicting information, mystifying actions by people with mixed motives, and having to live with inequities and pain we did nothing to cause or deserve.  Though we may have given our lives to God individually, we are still in an enemy battleground where our rules for fairness don’t always apply […]


In retaliatory mode – and garbled facts to boot

By Dave Henning / December 24, 2019

When we are in a retaliatory mode and motivated by hatred, we easily garble the facts.  Truth be told, facts don’t matter; what matters is that we make life miserable for the person we hate.”- Charles Swindoll “When the king got to Bahurim, a man appeared who had connections with Saul’s family.  His name was […]


The body of Christ – a safe, loving place?

By Dave Henning / December 23, 2019

“The body of Christ was designed to be a safe and loving place where we live in mutual submission to one another (see Ephesians 5:21).  That includes full transparency and a willingness to ‘go there’ with someone who needs to face the truth.  Accountability is essential.”- Charles Swindoll [God] said, “My child, don’t make light […]

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