Volume 19 | Issue 2

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Kirk Cameron Saving Christmas
Actor and evangelist Kirk Cameron loves everything about Christmas. The cookies, the hot chocolate, the stories, the lights on the tree and, of course, the huge Christmas feast all bring him great joy. Kirk’s love for Christmas stemmed from childhood when his parents made this holiday a fun celebration. They decorated and expressed their love and appreciation for one another through gift-giving. Kirk’s mom and dad made him and his three sisters wait in the hallway on Christmas morning until they gave... Read More

What Steals Your Peace?
Is it your job, family, neighbors, co-workers or could it just be your perception of yourself? This publisher letter, again inspired in the middle of the night, was yet another paradigm...
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The Privilege of Prayer
Think about your dearest friend, someone you truly love. Do you remember how it felt when you first met— how you wanted to spend time just getting to know him or her? Perhaps you talked for hours or simply enjoyed being...
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Giving Up or Going On
I read a story once about a man who had done all the prerequisite geology and tests and was sure there was gold ore on a piece of land to which he had acquired the mineral rights. He found small amounts of gold and...
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We Will Overcome
“Excuses, excuses” - I often heard this spoken when I was younger. Excuses seem to help us get away with things, but why do we want to be excused? Do we really want to escape from responsibility, or becoming our very best...
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Entertaining Southern Style
Burma Davis Posey became Miss Georgia by singing “The Lord’s Prayer” in front of an 8’ stained glass window she painted! Since then, she has served as a Model, Actress, Christian Singer, Public...
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Making Good Habits
I have read that as much as 40 percent of everything we do is performed purely out of habit. A habit is something we do without even thinking. It’s a behavior that is developed through frequent repetition. First we form habits...
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How to Show Your Spouse Respect
I heard you talk in your Life on the Edge video series about something you called the “line of respect” between a husband and wife. Would you explain that again? Yes. It involves a system of accountability...
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Using Their Emergency Fund
Dear Dave, My wife and I are working the Baby Steps, and we have our budget in place. Sometimes the budget gets busted because of home improvements and various other things. I think we...
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“Rayna” Debra Alexander
“Rayna” Debra Alexander has an amazing story to tell. She grew up in a religious Jewish household in New York but never really believed in God. She married Rich, an Italian Catholic, who wasn’t...
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The Ariel Report
Recently, I watched a movie alongside my two stepsons titled, “God Is Not Dead.” Reflecting back on that movie, I came to the realization that I had been a witness to his Glory for 5 years. You see, due to an immigration...
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