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Three Steps to Affair Proof Your Marriage

Three Steps to Affair Proof Your Marriage | Superlative Living | Scoop.it
Every day I see it. Men and Women leaving one another over infidelity. Sometimes, this occurs after years of marriage. “We’ve just grown apart” I hear them saying. Really? Does ti...
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Simple tips to help you if you're married. These should be a no-brainer.

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Twelve Time Management Habits to Master in 2013

Twelve Time Management Habits to Master in 2013 | Superlative Living | Scoop.it

Nearly three hundred years ago, Benjamin Franklin came up with an approach to changing habits that has yet to be surpassed. A young adult seeking to straighten out his act, Franklin developed a list of thirteen virtues, jotting down a brief definition of each. These were character traits he took to be important, but in which he found himself lacking. He knew that nurturing these habits would bring about positive change in his life.


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LifeWay Study on Bible Reading 'Disheartening,' Says PCUSA Official

LifeWay Study on Bible Reading 'Disheartening,' Says PCUSA Official | Superlative Living | Scoop.it
An official in the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) referred to a study of Protestant churchgoers that said only a few read the Bible daily as "disheartening." (LifeWay Study on Bible Reading 'Disheartening,' Says PCUSA Official - Christian Post: Christian...

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Superlative living begins with a base. Where is yours?

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Live Confidently

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“But seek first the kingdom of God and His righteousness, and all these things shall be added to you.” Matthew 6:33 (NKJV) This verse ends with Jesus saying that all “these things” will be added to...
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Excellent insight from a Pastor friend

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