Dolly Partonís Coat of Many Colors
Bullying is something country music icon Dolly Parton will not tolerate. She put up with it long enough as the child of a poor farmer, being made fun of for going to school dressed in raggedy clothes. She was even bullied for wearing a coat her mother made for her. It was a colorful coat that Dolly lovedó until her classmates teased her about the garment. Her bright colored coat and the circumstances that followed were the inspiration for Dollyís 2015 Christmas movie, Coat of Many Colors. It depicted scenes from Dollyís childhood and family life... Read More



Beware of Blowouts
Recently, I had a conversation with a young man who I consider strong in the Lord. He said he felt the weakest spiritually in prayer. It set me back a bit; my surprise was, you would never guess he struggled, if you knew him...
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The Gift of Salvation
Citizens in many countries believe they are free because their governments allow them to worship, speak, and travel as they desire. Yet despite the liberties a constitution may guarantee, countless people from those lands live in...
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íTis the Season
I got home off the road on a cold rainy Sunday morning to find our house all decorated for my favorite time of the year, the season we set aside to celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ, Son of Almighty God, Prince of Peace, King of...
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Puzzle Pieces
What is truth? Regardless of oneís background, culture, or religion, no one thinks they know everything, and there are still many more things that mankind has yet to discover. Whatís more, everything we think that we know is...
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Check Yourself, Before You Rex Yourself
Each year in the National Football League, the New England Patriots position themselves as one of the top teams in the league and contend for a championship. After winning Super...
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Enjoy Food Again
Do you experience gas, cramping, or bloating after eating? This is a sign that your food is not being digested. There are several conditions that can affect your ability to break down food in your stomach after eating: hypothyroidism...
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Testimonials
I am beyond blessed for the opportunity to appear in the 25th anniversary of Cornerstone Connection! For those who donít already know, my faith inspires everything I do, and Cornerstone Connection allowed me to share my...
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Discovering the Key to Self-Acceptance
In todayís society, insecurity and self-rejection have reached an all-time high. More than ever before, so many people simply donít like themselves. Sadly, Christians are no exception...
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Stay Close To Your Children
Every parent is under terrible pressure in todayís fast-paced culture. The demands of jobs, maintaining a house, keeping up with financial commitments, church responsibilities, and trying to raise a family keep us running at breakneck...
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Trust Is Trust
Dear Dave, I have a medical condition, and I finally got an appointment with a specialist Iíd like to see. The office requires credit card, debit card, or bank account information be kept on file. Having this kind of information out...
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Treasure in the Storm
Today, we find ourselves in what seems a state of emergency! The hurricanes, the three record-breaking earthquakes in the same night, the mass flooding, and the rumors of war have amassed a state of panic and confusion for many here in...
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Weighted Words
We wake up each morning with a plan and the best approach to execute those plans, that seldom go the way we want them to. Problems seem to arise when least expected. Our reactions say a lot about our walk with the Lord. Do you...
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Fostering Love
There are many types of child abuse, and all leave lasting scars. Some of these scars might be physical or emotional, but both leave long-lasting effects throughout life, damaging a childís sense of self-worth, ability to have healthy...
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