The Sack of Potatoes

baby potatoes in sack bag on wood table

I remember a valuable life lesson one of my college professors taught us using a sack of potatoes. For every person we had refused to forgive in our life, we were told to choose a potato, write that person’s name on it, and put it in a plastic sack. Some of our sacks, as you can imagine, were quite heavy. We were then told

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Does Prayer Change Things?

Hands of a human in prayer on a Holy Bible . religion concept.

They say that prayer changes things, but does it really change anything? Does prayer change your present situation or sudden circumstances? No, not always, but it does change the way you look at those events. Does prayer change your financial future? No, not always, but it does change who you look to for meeting your daily needs. Does prayer change shattered hearts or broken

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Drink Plenty of Water

Young woman drinking fresh cold water from glass

I’ve heard it. I’ve read it. As long as I have been running, it’s always been the same message: “drink plenty of water.” All along most race courses are water stations, and most runners slow down to drink a cup of cool water. Keeping your water level up is critical when you run. If you get slightly dehydrated, you will not run well. If

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A Choice

Back view of businesswoman standing on crossroads and making choice
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We all have things in our lives that we can’t change. They run a broad spectrum between minor annoyances, like a family member’s persistent, obnoxious behavior, and real tragedies, like the loss of someone close to us. But even in situations that are beyond our control, we can choose how we respond. The wisdom of St. Francis’ “Serenity Prayer” reminds us that we can’t

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Letters From Our Listeners–April 2016


Some encouraging emails we received in April from our listeners around the world: Location: Ontario, Canada Comments: I really appreciate this station–it keeps me calm and focused throughout the day no matter what I’m doing! So wonderful to be bathed in worship all day long, even when surrounded by the secular world. Keep up the great work! Location: United States Comments: AllWorship continues to

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The Stethoscope

Doctor examines a young child. The doctor examines the child and listening to the heart and lungs with her stethoscope. He helps doctor by lift his shirt up so the nurse can come to listen to the boy's chest

A nurse on the pediatric ward, before listening to the little ones’ chests, would plug the stethoscope into their ears and let them listen to their own heart. Their eyes would always light up with awe, but she never got a response equal to four-year-old David’s comment. Gently, she tucked the stethoscope into his ears and placed the disk over his heart. “Listen,” she said.

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Bibs or Aprons?

Bibs for baby. Childcare in the home products.

I recently visited a fast-growing church in Minnesota to learn from their staff. One of the phrases that I heard while I was there was, “We want our members to wear aprons, not bibs.” Here’s what they meant: Bibs are for people who only want to be fed. Bibs are for those who are not yet ready or willing to feed themselves. Bibs are

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Jigsaw Puzzles

women's hands working on jigsaw puzzle pasing time away as a hobby

Maybe God made sure we invented jigsaw puzzles so we would learn some life lessons in a unique way. After all, here are some tips I’ve picked up from trying to put together a jigsaw puzzle… * Don’t force a fit. If something is meant to be, it will come together naturally. * When things aren’t going so well, take a break. Everything will

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A Vessel of Clay

jar of clay

The Master was searching for a vessel to use. On the shelf there were many, which one would He choose? Take me, cried the gold one, I’m shiny and bright. I’m of great value and I do things just right. My beauty and lustre will outshine the rest. And for someone like You, gold would be the best! The Master passed on with no

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Letters From Our Listeners–March 2016


Some encouraging emails we received in March from our listeners around the world: Location: New Zealand Comments: Absolutely awesome message. I look forward to your emails as each week brings some truth that can help each one to grow. Location: Suriname, South America Comments: Good day. I got on Allworship while searching for an online Gospel radio this morning. I was in need of

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