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Articles | CBMC International - Part 3
Truth, Love and Stones Of Remembrance

John Stonestreet, with David Carlson – “Remember the calamity of the Great Tsunamis. Do not build any homes below this point.” Those are the words inscribed on what are appropriately called “Tsunami stones,” markers left by previous generations in Japan that warn future generations of difficult lessons learned. After decades with no tsunamis, especially given new technologies such […]

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Choosing Calm And Quiet In A World Of Angry And Loud

May 4, 2020 – Rick Boxx  Three guests were invited to debate an emotional topic on a talk show program. The discussion among the two guests and the host became so heated that they began shouting at each other. (I know, this has become almost standard behavior on broadcast media these days, but I wanted […]

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The Seamless Life

John Stonestreet – What do an M&M factory in Virginia, a boardroom on Madison Avenue, the slave ship of John Newton, a U2 concert, and a cattle auction in Colorado have in common? Well, of course, each one is part of the “every square inch” over which Christ claims sovereignty, but each is also a […]

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Be Strong In The Lord

“Finally, be strong in the Lord and in the strength of His might.” This is going to take some effort. All around me the world is  changing in response to the virus. No one likes it, but we are in it together; and on a social level there is a sense that the best thing to […]

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Immediate Gratification Or Long-Term Gain?

April 27, 2020 – Ken Korkow  Looking back over my life, I see many times when I wanted it all. And most of those times, I wanted “it” – whatever that was – NOW! So, I stayed focused, concentrating and dedicating all of my time and energy toward achieving what I wanted. I pushed – […]

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Come To Me All Who Are Weary

“Come to me, all who are weary and burdened and I will give you rest…” In this time of the “Virus,” many of us are being asked to do more with less, and often less is all we can do.It wearies us, drains us, overwhelms us. We want it to end. Jesus understands burdens. He […]

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A Christian View Of Suffering

John Stonestreet – In the whirlwind of moral balancing as the globe reacts to Coronavirus, we face pressing questions, from if and how to triage patients in the face of limited medical supplies, to how long we ought hobble the economy to curb the spread of the disease. These immediate questions are essential, but there are […]

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Do Not Be Anxious About Your Life

I know Jesus’ said this is his great sermon on the mount (Matt 6:25), but it brings to mind an old saying “easier said than done.”  Are you getting anxious and weary from the new routine of uncertainty?  Uncertainty of the future: family, work, health, food, shelter etc. When will it end?  I feel slightly […]

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Setting The Bar At Exceeding Expectations

April 20, 2020 – Robert J. Tamasy  When was the last time you did business with someone and were overwhelmed in a positive way? An experience that could only be described in words like “Wow!” or “Unbelievable”? Perhaps it was a manufacturer’s representative that went far beyond what you requested to make certain that your […]

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