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January 12, 2022 · Bob Gass

Coping with crises (2) 

“Keep…growing in knowledge and understanding.” Philippians 1:9 NLT 

When you find yourself in a crisis, having the right attitude makes the difference between despair and determination. Dr. Jeffrey Rossman offers these six steps: (1) Look for ways to find meaning. Resilient people use their experience to help others. “[God] comforts us every time Read More + Listen to Audio Clip

January 11, 2022 · Bob Gass

Coping with crises (1) 

“When my spirit was overwhelmed within me…You knew my path.” Psalm 142:3 NKJV 

How you handle a crisis can determine whether you end up feeling overwhelmed or come out stronger. Dr. Jeffrey Rossman suggests five ways to do it: (1) Acknowledge your feelings. David said, “When my spirit was overwhelmed…You knew my path.” God already knows how you Read More + Listen to Audio Clip

January 10, 2022 · Bob Gass

Heman and Jeduthun 

“Heman and Jeduthun…were designated by name, to give thanks to the Lord.” 1 Chronicles 16:41 NKJV 

There is a good chance you have never heard of these two men; they’re among the Bible’s more inconspicuous characters. In the wonderful worship choirs of King David, they were appointed to give thanks. Heman and Jeduthun “were under the king’s authority” (1 Chronicles 25:6) Read More + Listen to Audio Clip

January 09, 2022 · Bob Gass

Use your “password” 

“Blessed are the people who know the passwords of praise.” Psalm 89:15 MSG 

To enjoy the benefits of a computer, you must have a password. That’s what enables you to log on, participate, download, and get the information you need. And in a similar vein, the psalmist writes, “Blessed are the people who know the passwords of praise.” Read More + Listen to Audio Clip

January 08, 2022 · Bob Gass

How to discover your vision (5) 

“Where there is no vision, the people perish.” Proverbs 29:18 

From 1923 until 1955, Robert Woodruff presided over the Coca-Cola Company. He wanted the beverage to be made available to every American serviceman around the world for five cents, no matter how much it cost the company. That’s a bold goal! But it was modest Read More + Listen to Audio Clip