Articles by Mike Solava

Growing Strong

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by Cambria Joy (Harvest House) Certified Personal Trainer and popular YouTube personality, Cambria Joy walks readers through the steps to having a life they are happy and content about, rather than one of comparing and criticizing…

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Forgiving What You Can’t Forget

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by Lysa TerKeurst (HarperCollins Christian Publishing) New York Times bestselling author and president of Proverbs 31 Ministries Lysa TerKeurst knows a thing or two about forgiveness. She’s not only preached it, but after the de…

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Journal Through the Bible

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(HarperCollins Christian Publishing) A popular New Year’s resolution, reading through the Bible can also be challenging. Journal Through the Bible is a guided journey from Genesis to Revelation that provides attainable goals, su…

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Growing a Gospel Identity

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by Cary Schmidt  “The Lord is my light and my salvation; whom shall I fear?”—Psalm 27:1 It had been a long winter, and Chad hadn’t gone swimming since last summer. The pool sprawling before him must have looked like a vas…

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One Three-Word Challenge That Opens the Door for Friendships to Blossom

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by Tracie Miles I didn’t know where to turn, what to think or what to do. And I desperately needed friends. I was living in the aftermath of abruptly separating from my husband due to circumstances beyond my control, broken hear…

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The Myth of Adolescence

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by Tim McKnight “And Jesus increased in wisdom and in stature and in favor with God and man.”—Luke 2:52 In Meet Generation Z, James Emery White laments that today’s teenagers only have an eight-second attention span, which…

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Kitchen Table Devotions

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by Sergey Sologub (Moody Publishers) Kitchen Table Devotions is an easily digestible, practical tool to instituting a time of family worship. Originally written in Ukrainian, the author’s native tongue, this family resource has …

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Depression Sometimes Comes in Disguise

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by Paul Asay I wasn’t depressed. I was sick. That’s what I thought when I woke up at 2 a.m. and felt the waves of nausea circle me like water down a bathroom drain. I’d been having trouble with my gut for weeks by then. But …

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