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How Important Is A Heap Of Bricks?

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The Measurement Of SuccessTrue success is pretty difficult to measure. But measure it we must – otherwise we will be doomed to drift through life chasing after things that can …

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The Joy Of The Lord

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The Key That Unlocks The Door Of Human HappinessThe joy of the Lord is our strength, there’s not much disputing that. It’s the straightforward teaching of Scripture (Nehemiah 8:10), and …

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Coping With A Sticky End!

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Lessons From The Life Of JacobWhen Jacob was running for his life after cheating his brother out of his birthright, he looked anything but the picture of blessing. He was …

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Simplest Bacteria More Complex Than A Jumbo Jet!

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Evidence points to intelligent designScientists have discovered that the earliest life on earth was complicated, and shows that we were designed and didn’t evolve, reports Andrew Halloway The oldest single-celled …

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We Must Defeat The ‘Duty To Die’ Lobby Says Lyndon Bowring

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Lyndon Bowring, Executive Chairman of CARE, comments on the causes close to the heart of the Christian communityEvery human life is created in God’s image and exceedingly precious to him. …

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Winning The Lost – One Smoothie At A Time…

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Effective Leadership: Lessons From The Lives Of Priscilla and AquilaA few months ago I was invited to attend a meeting held by an international organisation. It was a lunchtime event. …

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Small Actions Can Have A Big Impact, Says Jo Marks

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Jo Marks reflects on simple acts of kindnessJo Marks explains how an experience at traffic lights in Iceland allowed her to reflect on simple acts of kindnessI think often in …