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Speaking to the Soul: Paths of Peace

The Song of Zechariah reminds us that it is fear that binds us, but God is there to give us the strength to break free, and once free to determine for ourselves to put our feet on a different path.

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Speaking to the Soul: Cover-to-Cover

Reading the Bible gives access to a cultural touchstone and exposes the reader to stories that have been told for centuries. And reading the Bible oneself rather than hearing stories about what the bible says can be it’s own form of revelation.

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Speaking to the Soul: Defending Hope

It is my conviction that worship, when it expresses the sentiments of the soul, turns lives around, untangles psychological knots, and brings wholeness – all by itself. Over time what is stuck or frozen begins to thaw and move and grow again. I have seen that happen, and so I know it to be true.

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