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Father: King, Warrior, and Teacher

Father: King, Warrior, and Teacher By Jordan Chamblee There is a universal psychological pattern in all humanity, throughout time and across the globe. By God’s design, we all need fathers, mothers, to be loved, and to be accepted. These needs are hardwired into our minds and are met first by…

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Are We Measuring the Wrong Things?

Are We Measuring the Wrong Things? By Jonathan Lewis Have you ever noticed that kids can be aggravating? As parents, we face plenty of provocations. At various times our children may be lazy, disrespectful, disobedient, annoying, over-active, mischievous, unkind to siblings, clumsy, careless, loud...the list of possible offenses could go…

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The True “Social Justice Warrior”

The True "Social Justice Warrior" By Ed Vitagliano Our culture is awash in calls for “justice.” The demands for it echo from school board meetings to social media posts to the rancorous debates on nightly cable news programs. The term “social justice warriors” has become an insult or a badge…

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New Self-Checkout Option That’s Not So New

New Self-Checkout Option That’s Not So New By Joy Lucius I had a new experience at a local big-box grocery store this weekend. When I carried my dozen or so items to the self-checkout aisle (Don’t get me started; this could be a completely different blog.), it took several frustrating…

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Responding to Victory

Responding to Victory By Abraham Hamilton III The Christian walk isn’t a sprint, it’s a marathon. How often have you heard that mantra? It is used quite frequently because it is very true. Along the way, however, there are many opportunities to fall in the ditch on one side of…

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Turning On the Switch of Faith

Turning On the Switch of Faith By Joseph Parker "The just shall live by faith." - Habakkuk 2:4 “But without faith it is impossible to please Him, for he who comes to God must believe that He is, and that He is a rewarder of those who diligently seek Him.”…

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Godly Anger or Worldly Anger?

Godly Anger or Worldly Anger? By Jordan Chamblee It is far too easy to be angry. As a conservative Christian who is constantly confronted with the reality of sin in the world through the media, I struggle with anger more than I care to admit. I’m angry at abortion. I’m…

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Repentant or Remorseful?

Repentant or Remorseful? By Matthew White Then Judas, which had betrayed him, when he saw that he was condemned, repented himself, and brought again the thirty pieces of silver to the chief priests and elders, saying, “I have sinned in that I have betrayed the innocent blood.” And they said,…

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Two Huge Things We Will Learn in Heaven

Two Huge Things We Will Learn in Heaven By Dr. Joe McKeever “So, you were the one praying for me!” Tara Edelschick was brought up the daughter of a secular Jew and a lapsed Lutheran. She learned to be fairly self-sufficient, went to a great college, and married a super…

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Words for Those Lost in Sexual Darkness

Words for Those Lost in Sexual Darkness By Laurie Higgins I write often about homosexuality and “trans”-cultism because there are no more serious threats to fundamental speech rights and religious liberty than the efforts to use public education, the law, Big Business, Big Tech, the mainstream news media, and the…

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