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Judy Lair
Moving People from Fear to Freedom
Moving People from Fear to Freedom

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A New Song
I waited patiently for the Lord; he turned to me and
heard my cry. He lifted me out of the slimy pit, out of the mud and mire; he
set my feet on a rock and gave me a firm place to stand. He put a new song in
my mouth, a hymn of praise to our God. Many will ...

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Living Messages
are the living messages we send to a time we will not see.” Neil Postman Today I spent time with a group of Christian mental
health professionals and the topic of generational limiting beliefs came up.
From the time Adam and Eve left the garden, t...

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Random Acts of Kindness
‘Give, and it will be given to you. A good measure,
pressed down, shaken together and running over, will be poured into your lap. For
with the measure you use, it will be measured to you.’ Luke 6:38 Thank you to the unknown couple who selflessly bought my

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Lesson in Humility
I love being inspired and challenged by reading biblical
accounts of folks who struggled with the same human weaknesses I see in myself.
Many folks quickly dismiss the interpersonal aspect of these stories in their
haste to find the bottom line. The ability...

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Old Hurts and Fears
Worry and anxiety kept me
internally isolated for much of my life. When I did share, any reassurance I received was like sand
trickling through open fingers. I felt comforted and cared about for a short
time, then it was gone and I needed another handful of...

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Serenity Prayer
few years back I was profoundly impacted by reading the entire serenity prayer
by Reinhold Niebuhr. Most of us have only heard the first four lines, yet the
rest of the prayer brings about an important paradigm shift in how we view
ourselves, God, and our...

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Trading Sorrow for Joy
It was
a regular Tuesday night. He was on final approach. Just a few hundred yards
from the runway when something went terribly wrong. In a split second,
everything changed for his wife, 1 year old twin sons, parents, siblings,
family, and friends. I

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Growth Always Involves Fear
know our significant other/s always test us when they realize we are at a new
level of spiritual growth. When we are at a new level of emancipation. Of self-sovereignty.
They are always the first to know. And they become frightened. And they try to
get ...

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Flawed Folks
            I find
it super encouraging to read biblical accounts of folks who are as flawed as
me. Women, men, siblings, parents, children, religious leaders, bosses—the
Bible gives us relational models which speak to our lives. Today I’m focusing
on 1 Sam...

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Cultivate a "But-less" Life
being on a journey for 40 years. You’re leaving slavery and all the hardships
which came with oppression. God’s given you a vision of a bountiful banqueting
table, a land promised to all the generations of Israelites. Hope keeps you
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