Articles by Mike Solava

The Cost of Freedom from a Military Wife’s POV

Posted on July 1, 2021 by

by Bethany Jett The beautiful colors of summer run red, white, and blue. Storefront windows with proud patriotic displays and firework pop-up tents litter the sides of the roads and parking lots. Grills full of burgers, brats, and…

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Navigating Life’s Storms

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by Lisa Harris After years of living thirty minutes from the Indian Ocean, I finally decided one day to go snorkeling for the first time with my family. Now keep in mind that I much prefer sitting on land and watching the ocean,…

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Take T.I.M.E. for Love

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by Pam Farrel “For there is a proper time and procedure for every delight” (Eccl 8:6). When surveyed, people will always say they don’t have enough time, but we are all given the same amount of time: 365 days a year, 28-31 d…

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Six Ways to Defeat Despair

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by Preston Poore The phone rang. I stared at it with anxious anticipation. The call I’d been waiting for would reveal my future with the company. I’d been through a series of evaluations and interviews to keep my current job. …

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Family Fun for the Fourth

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by Donna Schlachter The Fourth of July evokes memories of picnics, games, food, friends and family, and fireworks. But finding something that everybody will enjoy can prove a challenge. With changes in family structure, restrictio…

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How to Live in the Waiting

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by Heather Thompson Day I believe God is still in the business of answering our single prayers, but if you would be willing to wait, maybe he is trying to do so much more than that. This concept is particularly important to me bec…

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Outdoor Entertaining Made Easy

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by Lane P. Jordan What could be more fun—or more American—than enjoying the out-of-doors with friends and family? Personally, I love to entertain, but I especially love to entertain outside. I try to keep it simple so that I c…

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Loving My Neighbor

Posted on June 1, 2021 by

by Lynda MacGibbon I averted my eyes. I knew I was doing it, so I tried averting my thoughts by walking more quickly to my car, brushing them away as if they were a light dusting of snow. It didn’t work. My thoughts were not so …

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