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Love one another as Jesus has loved us.

Say the word “family” and a myriad of images comes to mind, a collage of both personal and fabricated images. Images that nonetheless influence thoughts, feelings and beliefs— individually and collectively. Sadly, no one exits childhood without trauma, some more than others. For many, parents are the instigators of this trauma. Inflicting physical and psychological …

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First century Christians’ church paradigm was much different than many of today’s Christians. The church was a single worldwide fellowship of believers. A local congregation was a “mini-church” bound together to embody the Kingdom of God in their local community. Unity did not have to be taught. These early Christians knew individual actions had significant …

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