Articles by Mike Solava

Three Ways to Build Relationships (Two Ways Don’t Require Leaving the House!)

Posted on December 1, 2019 by

by Bethany Jett Have you ever spent the majority of your day enjoying one-sided conversations with a two-year-old? After a long day of mommy-ing, I’d tend to unload every detail of my day to the first adult who engaged with me.…

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Box of Blessings

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by Kathy Collard Miller I can still remember when years ago our seven-year-old daughter exclaimed, “Mommy, it’s time to open another present.” No, it wasn’t Christmas morning, but it was time to help keep our family…

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Mornings with Jesus during the Holidays

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by Asheritah Ciuciu Can I tell you a secret? Sometimes it seems the Christmas season is the HARDEST time to read my Bible. Does that ever happen to you? We spend so much of the holiday season creating our own little winter wonderl…

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12 Meaningful and Inexpensive Christmas Ideas

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by Anita Agers-Brooks You might find my favorite Christmas gifts from childhood surprising. We were poor—you were lucky to get anything for Christmas poor—but I received a wealth of happy memories. I can still recall how I fel…

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Faith in the Unexpected

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by Dudley Delffs, PhD At this time of year, we enjoy surprising others with gifts that let them know how much we love and appreciate them. For many people, the joy of the season is often about the delight of giving a present the r…

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Three Ways to a More Meaningful Christmas

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by Cindi McMenamin Is it your goal to merely survive the holidays? Get it done, plow through your to-do list and then give a big sigh of relief on January 2 when it’s all over?  I was once that way. For years. Then I realized I…

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Blessed Are Those Who Mourn

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by Kathleen Y’Barbo “Blessed are those who mourn for they will be comforted.” Matthew 5:4  February 22, 2019 was a normal Friday. Just another day at the office. Another day of finishing my daily tasks at the law of…

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As We Forgive Those . . .

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by Sy Garte My childhood was not a happy one. It wasn’t my parents—they were fine, and I was never abused or mistreated by my family. They were militant atheists, and I grew up with no concept of God or anything beyond a mater…

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