Wednesday, February 19th, 2020

An Interview with Dάmaris Carbaugh

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Does God still love you when you’ve failed him? Sometimes we think God’s love is like human love—and he’s ready to throw us under the bus when we’ve failed him. That’s because people often treat us that way—true? I asked Dάmaris Carbaugh about this: if a person who you know to be a Christ-follower just […]


Tuesday, February 18th, 2020

An Interview with Dάmaris Carbaugh

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One of my favorite verses is Psalm 90:14: “Satisfy us in the morning with your unfailing love, that we may sing for joy and be glad all our days.” First, it reminds me that my day is won or lost in the morning hours. Don’t you find that to be true? If you get out of […]


Monday, February 17th, 2020

An Interview with Dάmaris Carbaugh

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Recently I had the opportunity and the privilege to have a conversation with my good friend, Dάmaris Carbaugh. We talked about our upcoming Weekend Getaway, April 17-19, 2020, and specifically about the theme of God’s Unfailing Love. Dάmaris had some unique and helpful thoughts about this topic, so I thought I’d share some of those […]


Saturday, February 15th, 2020

Staying Power :: An Interview with Carol Kent – Part 2

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Carol Kent, a well-known author and gifted speaker, joined Mary to talk about her unusual story—actually, an ongoing story—of the imprisonment of her son. If anyone is qualified to speak on when God seems absent, Carol is. Carol also shares from her latest book: Staying Power: Building a Stronger Marriage when Life Sends Its Worse. […]


Friday, February 14th, 2020

Your Five Greatest Dangers

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Self-Satisfied I’m sure you’ve noticed the common theme in all these dangers: self. We are our own greatest dangers in many different ways. And here’s one that is very subtle but very dangerous: being satisfied with ourselves. Are you satisfied with where you are in your walk with God? If so, you’re not likely to […]


Thursday, February 13th, 2020

Your Five Greatest Dangers

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Self-Confidence It seems to be a universally accepted belief that we all should have self-confidence. But Paul wrote to the Philippians that we who are believers, who glory in Christ Jesus, should put no confidence in the flesh. He went on to list all the reasons he could put confidence in himself: he was from […]


Wednesday, February 12th, 2020

Your Five Greatest Dangers

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Self-Esteem That sounds very strange, doesn’t it? How could self-esteem be a danger? After all, everywhere we turn we hear that we really need good self-esteem and we must feel good about ourselves in order to have a good life. Well, there are two key problems with our search for self-esteem: We’re looking for the […]


Tuesday, February 11th, 2020

Your Five Greatest Dangers

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Self-Deception My pastor once said that the problem with deception is that we don’t know when we are being deceived. Now you may think that is self-evident, but most of us don’t really think about the fact that if we are deceived, we don’t know it. For if, indeed, we knew we were deceived, we […]


Monday, February 10th, 2020

Your Five Greatest Dangers

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I want to tell you what I believe are the five greatest dangers you and I face in our walk as believers. Self-Sufficiency If you buy into the common belief today that you are all you need, you are in great danger. Yet, that is considered a very worthy and admirable attitude by many people. […]


Saturday, February 8th, 2020

When God Seems Most Absent :: Interview with Carol Kent – Part 1

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Carol Kent, a well-known author and gifted speaker, joined Mary to talk about her unusual story—actually, an ongoing story—of the imprisonment of her son. If anyone is qualified to speak on when God seems absent, Carol is. Carol also shares from her latest book: Staying Power: Building a Stronger Marriage when Life Sends Its Worse. […]


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