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The Slippery Slope

Is it wrong to want to buy gold ornaments for our daughters? Is it wrong to want a bigger house? Is it okay to buy a fancy new car? Ah, Desire! Always present, never satisfied, seemingly within our grasp, but … Continue reading

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Is it Working?

Once in a while, it’s important to stop and see if what we are doing is working. We meet once a week online, we read and discuss the verses, sometimes we argue vehemently over interpretations but at the end of … Continue reading

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Being Nice vs. Self Sacrifice

“How much is too much when it comes to giving to others? What boundaries should we draw and what should we be willing to put up with?” One of our members raised this very important question last night, one that is … Continue reading

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Fruit Not Included

“We only have the right to work, not to the fruits of our labor? My whole life I’ve assumed that doing good work is good, that hands that serve are better than lips that pray. If doing work with an … Continue reading

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