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A Few Moments in the Sun

You may not read this article until after the day has passed, but I am writing this article while bitter cold blows across the January landscape. As snow falls on already icy pavement, in many ways, it feels like winter has just barely begun. While most people are preparing for the Super Bowl in just over a week, and the more romantic among us think about the perfect Valentines day gift or date, my mind has already begun drifting to a very special day this month, February 12. You may or may not know it, but that is the day that pitchers and catchers report for Spring Training and the upcoming baseball season officially begins. It may not feel like all that long ago that baseball crowned ano

All Things New

Then the one seated on the throne said, “Look! I’m making all things new.” -Revelation 21:5 Each new year there is a lot of pressure to change. Besides dropping large sequined balls from the sky, watching football, drinking champagne and staying up way later than usual, the New Years holiday celebrates one tradition more than any other. Making resolutions. In some ways, this challenge is valuable for people to reflect on behaviors or habits that hold them back in life. For most people however, they become half-hearted attempts to make a new habit, add a new exercise routine or diet, or refrain from things we really don't want to stop doing, and none of those changes really last. The tru

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