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How High a Price Are You Willing to Pay?

In another follow-up article about the earthquake and tsunami in Japan, the AP reported* that a “Late mayor’s vision saved Japan village.”  The village of Fudai, along the northeast coast of Japan, survived–“thanks to a huge wall once deemed a … Continue reading

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Fathering: What the Bible Says

Teaching, Training, Generational Heritage, Leaving a Legacy The Hebrew and Chaldee Dictionary in Strong’s Exhaustive Concordance of the Bible lists 8,674 entries, arranged in alphabetical order.  The very first entry, designated as ‘H1,’ is the Hebrew word “ab” — father. … Continue reading

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Part 2: Fathers are Failing their Children!

In his book, Church + Home, Mark Holmen sums up the problem this way:  “Faithful Christlike living isn’t happening in our homes today.”  “When it comes to talking about faith, praying, reading the Bible or engaging in any type of … Continue reading

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