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People with Self-Control know how to Master their Lives

People with Self-Control know how to Master their Lives

They do not let their moods master them. Most of what gets done in the world is accomplished by people who do the right thing even when they don’t feel like it

Peace – In the Midst of the Storm

Peace – In the Midst of the Storm

There have probably been times when you’ve felt like you’ve been squeezed to the last drop and you didn’t have an ounce of strength or willpower left and you’ve “despaired even of life”

Tough Times Never Last, But Tough People Do

Tough Times Never Last, But Tough People Do

“God causes everything to work together for the good of those who love God.” That hasn’t been repealed yet, my friend emphasized. He was right. Faith, family, and friends helped me to land on my feet.

Open Doors Come With a Price

Open Doors Come With a Price

First comes an open door—one that has been opened specifically for the person meant to walk through it—and next come adversaries and tests, which we know from the context of the passage can be overcome. Third comes the knowledge that Jesus had to go through His own very particular open door, facing a degree of adversity that I can’t fully imagine, much less imagine withstanding, but He did. He overcame!

Perseverance and Patience – Learning from the MLS Cup

Perseverance and Patience – Learning from the MLS Cup

I remember the first time I saw the Sporting Kansas City Stadium. My dad, who lived in Kansas City before his sudden death, wanted me to see the beautiful arena, an 18,400-seat marvel—one of the finest stadiums in the MLS franchise. I was impressed as dad drove me around, letting me to get out and observe the progress of the work. This was around 2010. I knew immediately I wanted to catch a match on its pitch, a wish I’ve yet to fulfill.

When Disaster Strikes – For Those Affected by Typhoon Haiyan/Yolanda

When Disaster Strikes – For Those Affected by Typhoon Haiyan/Yolanda

Shock, pain, confusion, turmoil. In this dark hour, God knows that even these words cannot fully express what you who have been touched by grave tragedy feel inside. God feels and understands your pain. He hears the questions that barrage you. He sees the horror that haunts you.

Follow Your Dream

Follow Your Dream

Picture a young African boy who crosses over 3,000 kilometers of hostile jungle and desert territory on foot because he has a vision and determination. Legson Didimu Kayira was born in the 1940s to a life of total poverty in the Tumbuka tribe, Malawi, but he dreamed of studying in the United States. When he was 16, he decided to make his way on foot to Egypt and find work on a ship sailing to the U.S.

True Life Story of a Fearless Witness in North Korea

True Life Story of a Fearless Witness in North Korea

In the first five decades of his life, Seung-Wan (Steven) Kim was a businessman who pursued financial prosperity, while largely ignoring his family and his commitment to God. In 1975, drawn by visions of success, Steven flew from South Korea to New York with just a few dollars in his pocket. There, he started working as a produce clerk, eventually opening his own store, and he ultimately earned millions of dollars from later enterprises in real estate and furniture.

Kirk Cameron Film Deals with the Question: ‘Why does God allow Suffering?’

Kirk Cameron Film Deals with the Question: ‘Why does God allow Suffering?’

Actor Kirk Cameron considers his new film project, UNSTOPPABLE, one of the most unique of his entire career. It forms the centerpiece of a live event at Liberty University on September 24 – and broadcast live via satellite to theaters around the country.

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