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The Gospel of Prevention

The Gospel of Prevention By Nathan Jones Since, “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure,” we vaccinate our children against disease. The primary emphasis of medicine today is on maintaining wellness, not just curing illness. We all know the wisdom of fire prevention, crime prevention, and flood…

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Saving America’s Traditional Family

Saving America's Traditional Family By Dr. David L. Goetsch The traditional family, going all the way back to Biblical times, has been defined as one with two parents in the household; a father and a mother. An extended traditional family includes grandparents, great-grandparents, aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, and cousins. These…

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America’s Biggest Problem Isn’t Inflation

America's Biggest Problem Isn't Inflation By Dr. David L. Goetsch No nation in the world has been so blessed by God as the United States of America. Our country was founded by men and women seeking something of great importance that did not exist in their native countries: religious freedom.…

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The Tattered Church

The Tattered Church By Grant Phillips When thinking of the word “tattered” it reminds me of something old, torn, worn and frayed. Well, the Church is old, about 2,000 years old actually, but are we torn and frayed at the edges? Are we tattered and dilapidated? I think we are,…

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Cognitive Dissonance

Cognitive Dissonance Commentary by Jack Kelley “Son of man, these men have set up idols in their hearts and put wicked stumbling blocks before their faces. Should I let them inquire of me at all?" (Ezekiel 14:3) The dictionary defines cognitive dissonance as an anxiety that results from simultaneously holding…

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How Big is Enough?

How Big Is Enough? By Hal Lindsey Even Christians fret and worry. Joy can seem remote and fear ever-present. Peace can feel like a thing of the past. When we experience these things, we wonder why. For the most part, it happens when we take over God’s role in our…

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Coping with Discouragement – (Jeremiah 29:11)

Coping with Discouragement - (Jeremiah 29:11) By Dr. David L. Goetsch Life can be discouraging at times. The raise you deserve doesn’t come through. Your diet isn’t working. You never seem to find time to exercise. Problems in your marriage are getting worse. Your car is making funny noises, but…

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The Prayers of a Righteous Person

The Prayers of a Righteous Person A Bible Study by Jack Kelley "The prayer of a righteous person is powerful and effective." - James 5:16 The prayer of a righteous person is powerful and effective. (James 5:16) The Bible has a lot to say about prayer. After all, it’s the…

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How to Respond When Your Faith is Challenged

How to Respond When Your Faith is Challenged By Dr. David L. Goesch Secular humanism, moral relativism, and political correctness are becoming the norm in contemporary society, a fact that is making life difficult for Christians. This is why we are seeing more and more anti-Christian bias in our daily…

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