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Mending Broken Pots

By Don Loftis | 04.26.17

Ken Stegall tells of watching a documentary about four Jewish men who suffered through four years in a Nazi concentration camp.  He was amazed at their calmness, as they toured the old camp with the reporter.  Equally amazing was their obvious lack of bitterness.  Somehow they had come to forgive and move on.  One of their wives said of her husband, “He is like a piece of pottery that was broken and glued back together.”   Most of us will never face the horrors of Auschwitz, but we certainly experience hurts and losses throughout our lives.  Natural disasters, painful diseases, deaths of friends and family, and brutal critics all impact our lives.  These things can even seemingly break us into pieces.   Through the voice of the prophet Jeremiah, God compared Himself to a potter [...]

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Four Steps To Overcome Loss

By Don Loftis | 04.19.17

We all experience certain losses in our lives.   It may be a job loss or the death of a loved one or even a disability that takes away an enjoyable hobby.  All of them inject hurt into our lives that can lead to periods of  deep discouragement or depression.   Along with his excellent work with teens, Lonnie Jones is a Licensed Professional Counselor who has been in private practice for 19 years.  In a recent article in the magazine known as Think, Lonnie shared four steps to overcoming grief.  Whether this process takes weeks, months or years, it can prove successful with all losses.   #1  Accept the reality:  Denial prevents true healing, because it keeps us from facing essential facts.  It is futile to relive the events associated with our loss and hope [...]

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Scripture of the Day

"For the wisdom of this world is folly with God. For it is written, "He catches the wise in their craftiness," and again, "The Lord knows the thoughts of the wise, that they are futile."" (1 Corinthians 3:19-20)