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The Seventh-day Adventist Church in the Pacific Southwest

Imagine

Imagine what our world would be like if people everywhere were more considerate and kind with their coworkers, colleagues, and strangers. If we gave each other the benefit of the doubt and were slow to criticize and judge, imagine how different everything would be!

Unbiased Thinking

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I’m not usually angry when I walk out of a doctor’s visit, but apparently there’s a first time for everything. You see, today was my …

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The Boy in the Storm

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The day of January 25, 1978, had been favorable—rain and fog, a little misty, but the temperature a mild 40 degrees—when I clocked in at …

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Benevolence

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Benevolence is a word that we seldom hear used today. It means that someone who is benevolent has a disposition to do good and to …

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Bonded Relationships

Checking the Erosion of Relational Quality I grew up financially poor but relationally rich. My father was a sharecropper and my mother occupied her time …

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The Irreverent Christian

I think I’ve finally figured out what’s missing among many of us who claim to follow Christ. For months I’ve had this nagging conviction that …

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Unbelievably Kind

Jesus said, “Do to others whatever you would like them to do to you. This is the essence of all that is taught in the …

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Color of My Skin

This song was written in response to an experience I had years ago (in the 70’s), while pastoring a small Adventist Church in the South. …

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