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The Church Is A Buffer

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The Church Is A Buffer By Grant Phillips The true Church on earth consists of people from all walks of life. There are different labels over the door of their assemblies. They may not even be part of a local group of organized believers meeting in what is commonly called a church (building). They all […]

Only a Matter of Time

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Only a Matter of Time By Wendy Wippel Breaking Bible news: Hank Hanegraaff, president of the Christian Research Institute (CRI) and host of the radio broadcast Bible Answer Man, has– as of April 7, 2017 (Palm Sunday), left the building. Meaning the evangelical Bible-believing church itself. Hank, was born in the Netherlands, and for much […]

The Cost Of Following Yeshua

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The Cost Of Following Yeshua By Geri Ungurean I am sure that each of us have stories about the cost of following our Savior. I can only write about this as a Jew, and what it cost me in my family and also in relationships with other Jews. Each of us carries our Cross, but […]

When Believers Die

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When Believers Die By Bill Perkins “… the day of one’s death is better than the day of one’s birth.” – Eccl. 7:1      Death is one thing all humans have in common. Roughly 150,000 people die every day, about 107 per minute. Most of us have had close family or friends die. Let’s face it, […]

Should We Celebrate “Easter”?

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Should We Celebrate “Easter”? By Bill Perkins It’s not the word “Easter” that’s the problem… The perceived problem over the last 50 years or so is that many people have written about the pagan origins of the word ‘Easter.” And despite the word being used in the KJV translation in Acts 12:4, a lot of […]

An Open Door Closes

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An Open Door Closes By Jan Markell When I began Olive Tree Ministries years ago, I ministered in hundreds of churches, home fellowships, women’s groups, and even some men’s groups. Every week I would pile my small vehicle with a 12-string guitar, sound and audio-visual equipment, books, and a map, and head toward destinations large […]

Got Milk?

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Got Milk? By Wendy Wippel If I said, I’m going to study the Bible ’till the cows come home’, would you look for a herd of longhorns? No! It’s an idiom, a phrase that says one thing but is understood to mean something else. The same thing could be said about ”Bible Study”. And that […]

The Authenticity of the Bible Compared to the Koran

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The Authenticity of the Bible Compared to the Koran By Todd Strandberg The Bible has been under attack from the secular world for a very long time. The attacks have only grown stronger with the passing of time. The enemies of the Bible are so convinced of its error, they seek to ban it from […]

Who’s To Blame For Christian Bookstore Closures?

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Who’s To Blame For Christian Bookstore Closures? By Jim Fletcher News came this week that Family Christian Stores is finally shuttering all 240 locations. The 85-year-old chain filed for bankruptcy protection in 2015, and now the end has come for the Christian retail giant that employed 3,000 and stretched across 36 states. As one writer […]

Romancing the World

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Romancing the World By Howard Green Imagine the following scenarios: What if you saw your neighbor’s house on fire and wanted to rush in to rescue them? Would you be timid about helping them to safety because you never took the time to get to know them over the years? What if you were walking […]

Preaching Only a Part of the Counsel of God

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Preaching Only a Part of the Counsel of God By Daymond Duck God opened the door for me to speak on the subject of Bible prophecy at a small church in northwest Tennessee. A good friend who is a retired university professor showed up. He attends a very large nearby mainline church. Prior to the […]

Return of the Peacemakers

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Return of the Peacemakers By Alf Cengia Putin recently informed Netanyahu that we were no longer living in the 5th century BC. I’m not sure what the Israeli Prime Minister thought of that remark but I’m betting he didn’t jump on the phone to announce the good news to Mossad. As Brian Shrauger reports, the […]

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