Peace Is A Dynamic Harmony

Peace isn’t just a ceasefire or a moratorium from conflict—political or relational. It’s not just a tenuous armistice between opposing factions, uncertain and fragile. When people argue, we can’t say that there’s peace if they stop communicating in order not to fight. Parents don’t want their kids to just not…
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Unexpected Joy

I was recently on my way to a last-minute workout when I noticed drivers ahead acting erratically at a crosswalk. A mother was in the middle of the road stopping cars, desperate for cash to feed her kids. Forget Christmas, the next day for her family was not looking hopeful.…
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Real Peace

My most memorable childhood Christmas’ was on the mission field in Congo. Our family of seven kids had recently settled in our dilapidated house, the best in the area. Although doors were finally hinged and pillowcase curtains covered windows, cracks in the foundation and gaping holes in the ceiling often…
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Hope Has A Name

I love the feeling of the Christmas season. In the midst of the darkening days and the breath-catching cold outside- we can’t help but feel that the season is a bit…hopeful. Hope for better days ahead, for time with family and friends, for not just surviving but actually THRIVING in…
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The Power of Hope

Earlier this year the world watched an extraordinary mission to rescue 12 Thai boys and their coach, trapped in a cave in northern Thailand. It was a roller coaster of emotions as conditions worsened, the best rescue route proved challenging, a rescuer died, and the potential to bring them out…
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