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Terror On A Steep Slope

January 2011
By: Mark Hiehle
I recently heard well-known Pastor Chuck Swindoll share a story from the Los Angeles Times that recounted what happened to J. Rathman as he was hunting near Red Bluff. As Mr. Rathman climbed a ledge on the slope of a rocky gorge and raised his head to look over the ledge, he caught movement near the...
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Hearing God Speak

October 2010
By: Mark Hiehle
My daughter and I enjoy putting puzzles together. We started out with 24 piece puzzles and then moved to 36 pieces. At four years old, she became so comfortable with her puzzles that she knew where every piece belonged. If I tried to help, she would say, "No, I can do it." We then got her a 100-piec...
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A List to Check

July 2010
By: Mark Hiehle
I once heard of two older ladies who took a cooking class at a local college. The instructor was describing the process of hollowing out an egg. The teacher told the class to first perforate the egg at the basal end, and then repeat the action on the apex. Then, placing your lips over one end, with ...
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Does Bigger Always Mean Better?

April 2010
By: Mark Hiehle
In the culture and society in which we live, we hear the motto all the time — Bigger is Better. We are asked if we want to super size our fries or trade up for a bigger home. We shop at the superstores, and we love our SUVs. There is nothing wrong with any of these, but is bigger really better...
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God Uses Ordinary People

January 2010
By: Mark Hiehle
I once heard of a woman who had locked her keys in her car at a mall. Not having the funds to call a locksmith, she prayed and asked God to help her. Shortly after, a rough looking man came up to her and asked if she needed any help. She told him that her keys were locked in her car; and in no time,...
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Forgiveness is Not an Option — It's a Mandate

October 2009
By: Mark Hiehle
Someone once said that life would be easy if you didn't have to deal with other people. Because we are not perfect, and no one else is perfect either, there will be conflicts, disagreements, misunderstandings, and problems. When dealing with relationships, there always will be problems. Because of e...
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The Real Ministry of PCCs

July 2009
By: Mark Hiehle
What is it that makes pregnancy care center ministry so vital and indispensible? How does a center impact people's lives in the midst of crisis and uncertainty? When I think of the ministry of pregnancy centers around the country, I am always reminded of the scriptural account of the father who brou...
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Is There Not A Cause?

April 2009
By: Mark Hiehle
In our struggle to uphold the sanctity of human life and to protect as well as provide a voice for the unborn, do you feel like David going up against Goliath? As our government is attacking the unborn more fiercely than ever before and the forces of evil stand emboldened against us, the odds seem o...
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