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Love one another as Jesus has loved us.

Why is sexual intimacy so difficult these days? Why are more and more Americans incapable of intimate and satisfying sexual relationships? For the past few weeks I have been writing on this subject. What have I learned? Americans are engaging in sexual practices that are destructive and un-fulfilling. Using sex to fill the emptiness in …

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How many times have you heard someone praying and soon found yourself daydreaming? Or the religious jargon made the prayer incomprehensible? Or the prayer was barely audible because of the timidity of the one praying? For many praying is difficult, tedious or daunting, as it once was for me. Now I pray with confidence and …

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Approximately 60 million Americans are clinically lonely. Why are so many of us lonely? The absence of intimacy in our relationships has created a culture of distrust— the kryptonite of intimacy. Despite a wealth of expert advice, many are incapable of maintaining intimate relationships. Why? Image, not authenticity is the foundation upon which personal identity …

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The renovation of my home continues. What needs to be packed has been packed. Furniture moved to other rooms, someone’s home, donated or to the curbside. Meetings, recommendations, decisions, and tweaking the design plan— all necessary before the work begins. The process is taking longer than I anticipated or desired. Much like the process of …

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