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Dealing With the Poison of Pornography

  • October 14, 2019

Dealing With the Poison of Pornography By Hannah Harrison Curiosity killed the cat, and it almost got me too. An innocent middle schooler, I was laying down to go to sleep, mindlessly gazing through Twitter, when a handle titled “Sex talk” popped up. With the click of a button, pornography…

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What is Wrong With Man?

  • October 13, 2019

What is Wrong With Man? By Andy Woods Because of the recent shooting in Connecticut, we are engulfed in a national conversation concerning what caused the shooter to do what he did. The shooter’s destructive behavior has been blamed on everything from a lack of access to affordable health care,…

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The Purpose of Prayer

  • October 13, 2019

The Purpose of Prayer By Debbie Holland Prayer - powerful, effective prayer - what is it? What kind of prayer pleases God? The disciples said to Jesus, "Lord, teach us to pray...." (Luke 11:1) Most who are reading this message would love to be faithful in prayer - but don't…

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The Loss of Innocence

  • October 11, 2019

The Loss of Innocence By Hannah Harrison Curiosity killed the cat, and it almost got me too. An innocent middle schooler, I was laying down to go to sleep, mindlessly gazing through Twitter, when a handle titled “Sex talk” popped up. With the click of a button, pornography flooded my…

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The Power of Forgiveness

  • October 11, 2019

The Power of Forgiveness By Dr. Jerry Newcombe An atheist group has filed a complaint against a judge in Dallas, Texas who supposedly violated their understanding of church and state relations. The black judge (Tammy Kemp) presided over the racially-charged trial of the white ex-police officer (Amber Guyger) who was…

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What Can the Righteous Do?

  • October 10, 2019

What Can the Righteous Do? By Jonathan C. Brentner The Bible is amazing! Not only does it tell us what lies ahead, it encourages us with words that apply to our lives even though written a very long time ago. David wrote Psalm 11 around B.C. 1000, yet the words…

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No Greater Love

  • October 9, 2019

No Greater Love By Dr. Jerry Newcombe One of the greatest themes in art, literature, and sometimes even real life is when a person sacrifices his or her own life that someone else might live. In my worldview, all such acts point to the single greatest example of them all…

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Staying Afloat in a Sea of Distractions

  • October 7, 2019

Staying Afloat in a Sea of Distractions By Mason Beasler Does the name Robert Hichens ring a bell? If you’ve heard of the Titanic and the surrounding story, you’ve indirectly heard about Robert Hichens. By many accounts, he was the unfortunate soul who was steering the boat when hull met…

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We Never Graduate from Grace

  • October 6, 2019

We Never Graduate from Grace By Wesley Wildmon My parents have always been a great example of living out the Great Commission (Matthew 28:16-20), especially by practicing Christian hospitality. In the Great Commission discipleship is the central command. In order to make disciples, we must be willing to invest time…

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Women Have a Place in the Church

  • October 3, 2019

Women Have a Place in the Church By Hannah Harrison What is a woman or little girl worth? Some say the world, others say justice, but I say: a voice. In a world where darkness is encroaching on everything holy, we’re seeing more and more women afraid to speak out…

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