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In Search of the Right Error

Avoiding the Wrong Side of Compassion by Phil Tuttle A few years ago, I actually decided that I was too compassionate. I came to that conclusion when I was pastoring a little country church in a town of 850 in Illinois. Whenever someone down on his luck would come to the town and need help, […]

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When Hearts Align

by Chris Tiegreen A father had two sons. One son was always asking his father for things. Some of them were legitimate needs, others were extravagant wants, and most were a combination of the two. The son frequently didn’t know ahead of time how his father would answer, but he knew he always had a […]

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Escape to Reality

by Chris Tiegreen When the Kingdom Whispers Your Dreams I love beaches. I always have, and I always will. I think they’re pretty close to paradise, and I’m convinced heaven will be full of them. My family usually takes a summer trip to the beach, but we couldn’t squeeze it in last summer. The schedule […]

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No Time for Slumps

by Phil Tuttle Summer has begun, but that doesn’t mean things are slowing down at Walk Thru the Bible. In fact, this is one of our busiest times of the year. We’re continuing to develop new resources and plan strategic events in the U.S. and with our international partners, including a major training next month […]

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