Spread the Good Word: Joshua 24:15

by | Feb 19, 2016 | The Good Word | 0 comments


Today’s Good Word is inspired by Wednesday’s article. Every day, multiple times a day, we must ask ourselves if we’re going to make choices that serve and honor God or the opposite. Let’s let our actions reflect our faith!

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If you’re participating in Power of a Pair and you haven’t contacted your partner in a while, here’s your reminder — a great way to break the ice if needed … Tell your partner, “Today’s blog reminded me to email you about…” It’s never too late to reconnect!

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