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Living in Despair? There is Great Hope!

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    Living in Despair? There is Great Hope! By Lucie Kirouac Since the beginning of time, Man has been plagued by the most destructive incurable cancer: being born with a sinful nature. There is nothing he can do to rid himself from it. All attempts are futile and can only lead to more suffering. One of […]

    It’s Time to Turn Back to God

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      It’s Time to Turn Back to God By Shane Idleman Churches have often served as the moral compass for the nation—to confront, challenge, encourage, and exhort. And this is precisely where I’d like to focus this article. It’s time for us to turn back to absolute truth and away from relativism—back to Christ and away […]

      ‘I Admit It. I Am a Hater’

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        ‘I Admit It. I Am a Hater’ By Dr. Mark Creech I admit it. I am a hater. Numerous people have tried to saddle me and other conservative evangelicals with that label over the years. They are right. I am a hater, but not as they think me to be. I hate even as the […]

        The Most Revolutionary Words of Christ

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          The Most Revolutionary Words of Christ By Dr. Joe McKeever The most revolutionary, world-changing thing the Lord Jesus ever said: “Love your enemies.” (Matthew 5:44 and Luke 6:27), “Father, forgive them. They know not what they do” (Luke 23:34). This article is in two parts. The first part is an illustration of the principle; the […]

          When Life Gives You Lemons, Make Lemonade

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            When Life Gives You Lemons, Make Lemonade By Grant Phillips We have all heard this saying, and more people than imaginable have had nothing but sour lemons to suck on for a spell. The smart ones do make lemonade. People have contacted me over the years, deeply hurting and going through terrible times for one […]

            The Meaning of Life

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              The Meaning of Life By Matt Barber I suppose it’s a bit more of an anecdote than a commentary. Twenty-two years ago and it seems like last week. Isn’t that something old foggies say? The aftermath from the previous night’s whirlwind revelry had become all too familiar. Friends had come and friends had gone. My […]

              Maintenance Needed

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                Maintenance Needed By Grant Phillips Have you ever noticed that most anything you can think of in this world needs to be maintained? Maintenance is always an issue in our lives. Wonder why that is? Could it have something to do with The Fall in the Garden of Eden? You think? Name it: appliances, houses, […]

                Scariest Of All

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                  Scariest Of All By Grant Phillips I remember as a child watching scary movies such as Frankenstein, The Werewolf, Dracula, Bride of Frankenstein and The Mummy, just to name a few. Boris Karloff and Lon Chaney, Jr. never ceased to hold my attention as a young boy. The scariest movies though of that time, at […]

                  The Purpose of Family

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                    The Purpose of Family By Walker Wildmon Imagine a stable and prosperous government without families. Society would be full of anarchy if not for the family structure. It naturally provides checks and balances, and some form of order. Imagine a church without families participating. It would be very difficult for the body of Christ to […]

                    Considering Christ – The Bridegroom

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                      Considering Christ – The Bridegroom By Jordan Chamblee Those of you who are married remember what it was like to finally come together and exchange vows that can only be undone by death. My wife and I were married in December of 2015, a week before Christmas. It was not until I heard the words, […]