Tina Kachmar

If I was to consider all the reasons I have to be miserable, mean, bitter, and a host of other ugly things, I could find plenty of instances throughout my life that would give me an excuse. If I were to consider all the people who’ve hurt me throughout my lifetime, I’d have plenty of…

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Denise Frank

Now to Him who is able to do far more abundantly than all that we ask or think, according to the power at work within us. ~ Ephesians 3:20 {ESV} As I prepare for my second grandchild to be born, I think back over my life and reminisce of the days when I prepared for…

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Cole Smith

November, and Thanksgiving! Time to meditate on our blessings and abundance, to be grateful for the gifts we’ve received. Growing up, my gran would always set a cornucopia, the horn of plenty, in the center of the Thanksgiving table. Some years, His blessings are obvious. But other times, it feels like we don’t have enough:…

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Natalie Liounis

In my Psychology 101 class in college, I learned about diffusion of responsibility—a phenomenon in which people are less likely to take responsibility to do something when other people are around. For example, if I send an email out to my students and ask that one person respond to let me know the message successfully…

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