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It struck me without warning. Or perhaps I should say I struck it without warning. Just one step away from my car door, I slipped on my icy driveway, crashed to the pavement, and fractured my right wrist. I didn’t need an x-ray to believe I had broken a bone. The immediate pain told the tale.

Willie E. Hucks II

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I just returned from a church leadership summit in South Africa. More than three hundred leaders gathered from nations in southern Africa and the Indian Ocean. I was blessed beyond measure as I listened to reports and testimonies. The spiritual vitality and enthusiasm at these meetings seems sadly…

Derek Morris

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I have recently found myself giving renewed thought to what Heaven must be like. I challenged myself to think of things that I had not focused on before. It’s easy to reflect upon spending time with Jesus, your guardian angel, saints from the Bible, and reuniting with loved ones who had passed away.…

Willie E. Hucks II

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When Jesus met with one ostracized woman at Jacob’s well outside of Sychar, He realized something that many of us miss: the impact of a single life that has been transformed by the power of God. One meeting with Jesus transformed that Samaritan woman’s heart. She went back into her town and boldly…

Derek Morris

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