There’s something sacred about keys – you just can’t throw them away. Keys open things. While working with couples for many years, I’ve found three of the keys to unlocking a thriving marriage.

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Do you have a box of old keys?  Maybe you have a drawer where you keep old keys. If you’re like me, you don’t throw keys away because we assume some day we are going to need that key even though we have no idea what it goes to.  Right?

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Change starts by first taking 100 percent responsibility for our thoughts, actions and attitudes.  It requires changing our thinking, our attitudes, and our behaviors. 

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Friendships are enriching experiences, but they can also cause pain. Assessing the health of your friendships will enable you to improve the relationships you already have, and help you with your choice of friends in the future.

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Lately Dr. Randy has focused on a theme: change. Change in you. Change in me. And there is no greater change that can happen than when we accept Christ as Savior and Lord.

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Last time we looked at context regarding God’s Word, and I concluded with the importance of asking two questions…

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A couple of weeks back I said my word for 2018 was consistent. But as I was out walking today, I realized my word for 2018 is really context. What does that mean?

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Why is this important? Well, words are powerful. They can tear down, or they can build up. They can wound, or they can heal. They can cause you to stumble, or they can help you to overcome.

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As we move into Thanksgiving and Christmas, a question arises: How thankful are you?

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Faith and humility are the two essentials for effective prayer. These two approaches are exemplified by well-known biblical characters: Nehemiah and Jonah.

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