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Amazing Grace, by Randy Becton
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The Mystery of Insurance, by Steve Ridgell
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A Titanic Truth, by Randy Becton
      Have you been saved in every way a person can be saved?

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      Is he in there for you?

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Mission of Mercy, by Jim Clark
      Can mercy still take flight today?

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      Who would you have eat with you at your table?

Compassionate Like Our Savior, by Randy Becton
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      Can we get any Kingdom work done flat on our backs?

Sabbath Rest: The Key to Revived Spirits, by Randy Becton
      I just don't have enough time!

The Search For Jesus' Love, by Randy Becton
      Where can folks find Jesus' love in your town?

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With Jesus You Can Stay On Your Feet, by Jim Clark
      Do disappointments and discouragement keep knocking you down?

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Your Zest for Life, by Randy Becton
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See the Difference, by Randy Becton
      A-Rod is A-OK.

The One Thing, by Lou Seckler
      Find something special you can do.

We Race Against the Clock, by Randy Becton

Stay Awake, by Jim Clark
      Pay attention!

Getting Honest About Pain, by Randy Becton
      It hurts. Don't ignore it.

Reconciliation Day, by Jim Clark
      Make it today.

Absorbing Evil with the Strength of Love, by Randy Becton
      Jackie Robinson was brave enough not to fight back.

The Ultimate Questioner, by Randy Becton
      Jesus asks the ultimate questions. Are you ready?

The Gift of Encouragement, by Randy Becton
      Speak encouraging words.

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Lessons at the Halfway Point, by Jim Clark
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He Is Approachable, by Jim Clark

Having Less... and Enjoying Him More, by Jim Clark
      Simplicity may be exactly what you need.

What's Next?, by Randy Becton
      Do you trust him for what's coming up?

Aging Well, by Jim Clark
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Turning the Tide, by Randy Becton
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Happy Meal Spirituality, by Jim Clark
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High Standards, Abundant Grace, by Jim Clark
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Any Upside in the Downsizing?, by Jim Clark
      Are there positives to look for?

Fallen Heroes, by Jim Clark
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9-11 is Here to Stay, by Randy Becton
      The events cannot be forgotten.

A Friend to Journey Alongside Us, by Randy Becton
      Everyone needs spiritual friendships.

When Life Isn't Fair, by Jim Clark
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Why Do I Keep Sinning?, by Jim Clark
      Is there a way out?

Cancelling Debts, by Jim Clark
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He's My Brother, by Jim Clark
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Wrestling On Our Knees (part 3), by Jim Clark
      Learning from the prayer warriors around you.

Wrestling on Our Knees (part 2), by Jim Clark
      We must be prepared for war.

Wrestling on Our Knees, by Jim Clark
      Don't just say you believe in prayer... do it!

Where There is Hope, by Jim Clark
      Hope makes all the difference.

Winning and Losing, by Jim Clark
      There are more important things than winning.

When You’re Weary of Worry, by Jim Clark
      Has it got you in its clutches?

Giving Back, by Jim Clark
      It's a small but important service.

That You May Live Well, by Jim Clark
      Help for coping with aging parents.

Against All Hope, by Jim Clark
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Blessed Are Those Who Mourn, by Jim Clark
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      Thank God for grace.

Am I Beyond God's Forgiveness?, by Jim Clark
      You can't outsin God's grace.

From Fear to Forgiveness, by Randy Becton
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Randy Becton and Jim Clark write words of encouragement and love for all of us struggling through life's problems.


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