THE GOD OF HOPE

Hope is the anchor to our souls. Spiritually speaking, faith, hope, and love are the three greatest words. Love being number one. It is easy to understand why love takes the top spot. God is love.   Love is patient Love is...

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TERMINAL ANXIETY

The apostle Paul exhorted us not to be anxious about anything. Unfortunately, too few people take his admonition seriously or take the time to learn the skill mastery to defeat this common enemy. Recently I had a stimulating and enlightening...

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ENOUGH IS GOOD ENOUGH

"The Lord is my shepherd I shall not want, I have everything I need, all I really want is God." – Crowell It's been said that when John D Rockefeller was asked how much money was enough, he replied, “just...

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SADNESS IS A GIFT NOT AN ENEMY

“Feelings are God’s precious gift” Sadness is truly a precious gift from the Creator of the universe. No sadness - no joy. No feelings - no humanity. No sadness - no conscience. No conscience - no morality. No morality - no...

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FINISHING MODE IS A DECISION

30 days ago, football experts had written off the Seattle Seahawks. Today the Hawks are one of the most feared football teams! Seahawks Coach, Pete Carroll, said, "We are really committed to the (idea) that you can teach and make...

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IT’S  A GIRL

A son is a son until he takes a wife, a daughter is a daughter all her life. The Lord's promise made to us in St. Paul's letter to the folks in Rome motivates us to believe all things work...

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NO EXPECTATION SUNDAY

Today, this 13th day of a Spokane “Indian Summer,” is no expectation Sunday! My firm resolve is to reduce all expectations from others for one entire day. In addition, I will reduce all expectations from me. Liberty, peace, rest and...

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CROWELL POINT & POST BASKETBALL SYSTEM

“The best in fundamentals and game preparation” Answers to Frequently Asked Questions about the Crowell Point & Post System from Coach Fred Crowell   Q.  Why is it best to combine point and post players? A. The two most critical positions are point guard...

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