Monthly Archives: June 2013

A Little Humiliation

By: Susan Bea Good I was recently forced to sit quietly while someone served me a large measure of humiliation. After considering all of the points, I had to refuse them…as they seemed to be unwarranted, with an intent to … Continue reading

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Love Stands

By: Susan Bea Good When canoeing together, my husband occasionally stands in the boat…which causes me great discomfort. I don’t enjoy the threat of being flipped into the river…which has happened more than once! Standing can be dangerous…especially when it … Continue reading

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Sidetracked

By: Susan Bea Good Last week I set out to get a few interviews…expecting a little drama, but not an explosion! Whenever you take a risk, make a commitment, say “Yes” to a challenge, touch a sensitive nerve…you may be … Continue reading

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Priorities

By: Susan Bea Good I interviewed a friend yesterday. He’s a Christian, and a black pastor of a church in my area. I have been increasingly troubled by the support I see, from the black Christian community, for the current … Continue reading

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City on a Hill

By: Susan Bea Good “City on a Hill” is a biblical concept describing the Christ-follower’s position, living in a world of sinners. The City can be seen from afar…shining brightly…overcoming the darkness. True followers of Jesus Christ are commanded to shine through living. … Continue reading

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Because of Color

By: Susan Bea Good I’ve asked for an interview with a local black pastor. I had taken him to lunch, weeks before the 2012 presidential election, to ask where he stood on the race issue and politics. I came away … Continue reading

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What’s Love Got to Do With This?

By: Susan Bea Good Obeying the 10…no other gods, no idol worship, no using God’s name in vain, remember the Sabbath, honor parents, no murder, no sexual immorality, no stealing, no lies, no coveting…demonstrates love for God. Some today argue … Continue reading

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