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Why not?

Why not?

Ronan Keane

For the New Year when I was six years old, I wanted to move to the mountains. My family had visited relatives who lived in a mountainous area over the Christmas holiday,... »

Looking to tomorrow

Looking to tomorrow

Ronan Keane

Through this journey called life, we experience good, bad, ups, and downs, and often we haven’t got a clue what’s ahead. We make the best choices we can and try to live c... »

Jesus and the cobbler

Jesus and the cobbler

Ronan Keane

One of my favorite Christmas stories is about an elderly cobbler who dreamed one Christmas Eve that Jesus would visit him the next day.[[This version was adapted and shor... »

Light vs. dark

Light vs. dark

Ronan Keane

According to an allegory that can be found in various places on the internet, there was once a dark cave deep in the earth that had never seen light and couldn’t imagine... »

An adventure with God

An adventure with God

Ronan Keane

Most of us have a number of different roles or titles by which we’re known—parent, child, student, coworker, teammate, spouse, friend, for example. Each of them sheds som... »

Being kind

Being kind

Ronan Keane

I don’t know about you, but I’ve been thinking a lot about the state of the world lately. The last few years have been anything but easy for most people, and intros to pr... »

The new you

The new you

Ronan Keane

The Bible is full of stories about new beginnings and starting anew. God knows that living in a fallen world isn’t easy, and He understands that we will go astray and lon... »

Two boats and a helicopter

Two boats and a helicopter

Ronan Keane

In a well-known parable, a storm hits a small town, which is quickly flooded. As the waters rise, the local preacher kneels in prayer on the church porch, surrounded by w... »

Positive programming

Positive programming

Ronan Keane

Most of us struggle with negative thinking at some point in our lives. We put ourselves down for real or imagined faults and weaknesses, or we compare ourselves negativel... »

Perfect Peace

Perfect Peace

Ronan Keane

At an art contest on the theme of peace, most of the competitors contributed tranquil scenes of lazy days in the countryside, where all was stillness and harmony. To be s... »

The full life

The full life

Ronan Keane

One day, somebody asked Jesus to arbitrate in a legal dispute between him and his brother. Jesus wasn’t interested in getting involved in their squabbles over an inherita... »

Of storms and hope

Of storms and hope

Ronan Keane

There’s a common misconception that the Cape of Good Hope lies at the southern tip of the African continent. In reality, the point where the Atlantic and Indian Oceans me... »

Being the difference

Being the difference

Ronan Keane

“A certain man went down from Jerusalem to Jericho, and fell among thieves, who stripped him of his clothing, wounded him, and departed, leaving him half dead…”[[Luke 10:... »