In my early days, I believed that healing was only related to illness, to disease, to physical infirmities, and getting well.  

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In today’s fast-paced world, “commitment” is often closely aligned with a daunting, four-letter word - WORK. For many of us, it’s synonymous with additional demands on our time, our pocketbooks and our energy.

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There’s a scene in the 1992 film Sister Act that kept coming to my mind as Pastor A.C. preached his sermon on the Advance theme on Sunday.

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One of the most important things I’ve learned as a Pediatric Intensive Care Nurse is to gather everything I will need and might need before entering a patient’s room…especially if they are on contact precautions.

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On September 20, 2006, I gave my life to Christ. Up until that moment I was looking for joy in all the wrong places. As you can imagine, nothing and no one was able to provide me with lasting joy

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