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    The Journey of Generosity
    Mike Yoder—August 27

    Money and possessions were truly a big deal to Jesus. He spoke about wealth more than heaven and hell combined. He warned against “the deceitfulness of riches” and reminded people that “where your treasure is, there your heart will be also.”

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    Encouraging a Friend in Pain
    Beau Stanley—August 25

    It’s often awkward to try encouraging someone who has just told you about a very difficult trial he’s going through. Finding the right words is not easy when a friend or acquaintance tells you he has lost his job, discovered he has a medical problem, or is experiencing another type of trial.

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    Kids Lunch Club Wrap-Up
    Dustin Speaks—August 22

    What an exciting summer! We had the awesome opportunity to impact multiple communities in the northern Columbus area by serving at the Westerville Area Kids Lunch Club, and God really moved during that time.

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    The Purse Curse
    Mike Yoder—August 20

    Compared to the vast majority of people who have walked the planet, we are filthy rich. How many of us wondered if we would have food to eat today? Or clothes to wear? Or shelter over our heads? How many of us worried about our physical safety this week? If we’re honest, our answer would be “not many.”

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    The Secret to Being Content
    David Nicodemus—August 18

    Have you ever thought about how much is enough? John D. Rockefeller, a renowned businessman, famously answered that question by stating, “Just a little bit more.” Rockefeller knew a thing or two about wealth, but he also knew that contentment doesn’t come easy.

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    Alive, Rich, and Powerful
    David Nicodemus—August 11

    You probably don’t know who Henrietta “Hetty” Green is. She was a strange, eccentric woman. Hetty was born in the early 1800s and died nearly 100 years ago. So…what makes a random woman from 100 years ago such an interesting person?

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    The Franklinton Girls Club
    Kelli Janousek—August 8

    How is Grace Polaris Church involved in reaching a Columbus neighborhood rich with opportunities to share the love of Jesus? Find out here!

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    Prudes and Meddlers?
    Mike Yoder—August 6

    “Why do Christians seem to be so hung up on the topic of sex?” “Why are Christians so judgmental of how others live when they can’t get their own act together?” Those two frequent charges are sometimes lobbed by outsiders as they look at the Church and its people. Believers may squirm or react. Often we feel cornered. Should we?

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    Family Adventures
    Gary Webb—August 4

    In Avoiding Autopilot, I provided some ideas on how you can engage with your children. Here’s a new idea that you can do while the weather is still nice: plan and complete adventures together as a family. These don’t have to be fancy, expensive, or time-intensive.

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    MOPS at Grace Polaris
    Kimberly Davis—August 1

    Our moms come from all over the Columbus area. Many of them have recently moved here and are looking for a place where they can get connected, make new friends, and belong. We want to provide a place that offers a sense of community from the moment they walk in the doors.