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How to survive an RV show

Depending on the size of the show, there could be well more than a thousand RVs of every type, and hundreds of vendors all vying for your attention. Without some up front preparation, your show experience could be quite disappointing.

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Understanding the RV sales process

While a salesperson who does this for a living may approach a transaction more professionally and methodically, there is no reason for RV buyers to feel pressure or feel rushed and not enjoy the experience. You are buying a product to have fun and make memories. That starts with the buying experience.

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Delamination: Why it’s important and how to spot it

Delamination is what happens when glue between the fiberglass and the substrate fails. Such failure is most often the result of moisture intrusion. Furthermore, once begun, delamination may spread, as moisture seeps further into the laminated structure.

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These RV drivers belong in the Hall of Fame

Driving an RV is no easy feat, especially when dealing with hazardous conditions. It’s no sweat for these talented drivers, who handle their situation like pros. Check out these impressive videos from drivers who belong in the RV hall of fame.

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Which is stronger, love or anger?

Anger will often rip apart, cause division and regret. Words said in anger may cut so deeply the wound never completely heals. Yet, love heals and binds. It brings sunshine to a darkened heart. Words spoken in love at just the right time can alter someone’s destiny.

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Alanko: Stop texting while driving

For some of us, until things hit home, we just don’t understand the dangers of texting while driving. We don’t get it. We do not feel it until it is right in our face. Well, it is in our face here at MBA Insurance. For one of our close personal friends at MBA, it has hit home.

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Life lessons in David’s approach to defeating his giant

(Nov. 24, 2018) — All of us love David and Goliath stories of ordinary people overcoming significant obstacles. However, there are some important lessons here as they pertain to any battles we face, be it a stubborn sin problem, an illness, massive debt, childhood trauma or an unhealthy relationship.

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Do daily devotionals qualify as Bible study?

(Nov. 7, 2018) — Devotionals are wonderful tools for helping to understand a passage or two of scripture. People who write good devotionals generally have keen insight and a unique way to apply the passage to everyday life. However, I don’t think devotionals can be considered genuine Bible “study” because no study is really involved.

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Men have had enough of ‘not enough’

(Oct. 28, 2018) — Much of the problem with men is that they are exhausted – emotionally and physically – because they really don’t know what is expected of them. The bars of achievement are routinely raised like he’s an Olympic pole-vaulter and the goal posts defining success are pushed further and further back. Deep inside, men know that whatever they are doing, it isn’t enough.

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Opinion: Small groups offer the wisdom of diversity

(Oct. 20, 2018) — If we only hang around others who look like us, talk like us and think like us, how is anything other than “group think” likely to happen? In Luke 6:39, Jesus asked, “Can the blind lead the blind? Will they not both fall into a pit?”

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Are we too comfortable with God?

(Oct. 13, 2018) — In the Old Testament, the process people had to go through to atone for their own sins was pretty remarkable considering all the burnt offerings, grain offerings, fellowship offerings, sin offerings, guilt offerings, wave offerings, food offerings, and drink offerings. Compared to Old Testament reverence, today we worship our work, work at our play, and play at our worship.

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Have you heard of, met or do you truly know Jesus?

(Oct. 6, 2018) — It is a decision you alone must make. Even if you scoffed at Jesus (like I did), made fun of Christians (like I did), and ran away from his church (like I did), he still wants a relationship with you. He’ll forgive you of those mistakes because Jesus knows that if you spend time with him, you’ll come to know the real Jesus and to genuinely love him.

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Opinion: Facebook is an ideal way to offer hope

(Sept. 22, 2018) — In the past few months, I’ve taken a whole new approach to Facebook. When you view it as an online community just as vibrant and diverse as the one you live in, Facebook is quite a mission field. Almost every day, I have found at least one person who seems to need encouragement and hope.

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Opinion: Would Jesus say your assignment is unfinished?

(Sept.8, 2010) — In Revelation 3:1b-3 Jesus has a warning for the church in Sardis, but it might as well have been a warning specifically for me. I made it into bed just fine an hour earlier. But when I stepped out, I began experiencing the signs of stroke as I lost function in my entire right side. It was a vivid reminder of how Jesus can come like a thief when we least expect it.

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