Love shouldn’t hurt – ever

Are you settling?
by Teresia Smith

Mandy Hale once said, “Sometimes it takes a little pain and heartbreak to shake you awake, help you let go, and show you that you are worth so much more than you were settling for.” When I read that quote, I thought of so many people who stay in unhealthy relationships even though they know it’s not a good situation. What does it mean to “settle”?

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Fishing tip of the week

Cold fronts in the winter
by Mike Gerry

It’s always a struggle when a cold front hits your lake in the middle of winter. Suddenly, your lake surface temperature drops a bunch, it’s uncomfortable, and your mind plays games with you during this cold time.

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Thoughts from The Bible

Glorifying God by our worship
by Terry Broome

Through the ages, mankind has constantly sensed the existence of a supreme intelligence in our Universe. This realization has come in part from our physical surroundings. In the long ago, David said “The heavens declare the glory of God; and the firmament sheweth his handiwork” (Psa. 19:1).

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Fishing tip of the week

Wintertime presentations
It’s no secret that most anglers struggle during the cold of the winter months, and there is a reason for it. The fish move into groups along with the baitfish, and getting them to bite requires some work.

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Simply Yaya

Because if you look around, life is really beautiful…
Did you know that we eat with our eyes? It’s true. I have started a new job where I am preparing lunch plates for some folks. Whether its soup or a meal, I take great pains to make the plate visually appealing. I fan the crackers out around the soup bowl, sit the cornbread at just the right angle on the plate. They laugh at me, y’all, but I don’t care.

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