by Jenilee Rebarber
You come across a lot of people in your life. Some of them come by default like family members, but others randomly appear and later become linked to you.
You go to school, play in your neighborhood, go to Sunday school, go to college, go to work, and somehow, at one of those places, you meet some wonderful people for the first time. You shared a common interest; you hang out, laughed a lot; and you connected.
According to Jenilee Rebarber, the key in having a good friend is to know how to be a good friend. She goes on to say that real friends become perfect sisters and brothers to us.
A lot of people talk about what it means for churches to be culturally and racially diverse, but Trillia Newbell practices it every week. She grew up in the South and attends a predominately white, Southern Baptist church.
An early peek at Pursuit 2015, plus Nick and Kanae Vujicic share their love story, and a listener thinks she has relationship obsessive compulsive disorder.
Most promises don’t come to pass overnight. Days and years go by; we choose to keep trusting the One that made the promise or to stop hoping and settle for something else. Plenty of days I thought God was withholding from …
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