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Tag Archives: compassion

Why I Value Kindness

How is it that the term Christian has gone from positive to negative. My own high school-aged kids told me that they identify themselves as followers …

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Cookie Love

Be kind and compassionate to one another, Ephesians 4:32. My mother-in-law had a simple way to spell love: S-U-G-A-R. Whenever her family came to visit, …

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Stronger Than Hate

“I believe that appreciation is a holy thing–that when we look for what’s best in a person we happen to be with at the moment, …

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A Revolution of Compassion

We recently interviewed Jose Cortez Jr. (Associate Director of the NAD Ministerial Department), about his involvement with the Movement of Compassion. In case you haven’t …

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SpiritWERKS

The more we experience and celebrate God’s grace and recognize what he has done for us, the more compassionate we will be toward others. Speaking …

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Prejudice Dies Hard

There were two occasions when Jesus fed a large multitude of people. The first was near Bethsaida on a remote hillside where a crowd of …

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Help Me!

A couple of months ago some big trucks and strong men from the city showed up for a number of days to clean a neglected …

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