Divine Abundance

If you've ever shopped at Nordstrom's, you know you've had an extraordinary experience, especially if you needed additional service or even a refund. A former Nordstroms employee told these customer service stories. A customer tried to return pants that had clearly been worn for an extended amount of time, but was still given a refund.... Continue Reading →

How Seeds Are Like the Human Heart

Ancient sowers did not know what they were going to get when harvest time came. Without multi-row cultivators, GPS, and high tech pest and weed controls they didn't know what challenges lay in the soil. Out the sowers marched, row-by-row, scattering seed by hand. Only time, sun, and rain would reveal which seeds would grow... Continue Reading →

Wannabe Disciples

"I want to be your disciple," the man said to Jesus. "I'll follow you anywhere." Many people would have been flattered by such an offer. A politician might have said, "Let me put you on my campaign team." A teacher might have said, "Let me enroll you in my class." A movie star might have... Continue Reading →

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