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Handwriting on the Wall

Handwriting on the Wall By Dr. Mike Murphy MENE, MENE, TEKEL, UPHARSIN I can only imagine what it must of been like that night so many years ago for Daniel to see these words. The thoughts that must have come to his mind as he read those words. And the…

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Disciple, You Need One Thing More

Disciple, You Need One Thing More By Dr. Joe McKeever They had the greatest message ever, but needed one thing more. So do we. I told a friend once that if I have gone to seed on anything in Christian theology, it’s the resurrection of Jesus Christ. I’m about to…

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Pandemic Rx

Pandemic Rx By Joy Lucius COVID-19 hit Mississippi on Wednesday, March 11. Our nursing homes were officially closed Friday, March 13. I realized other places would soon be required to follow suit, including AFA, where I work. I prayed about how to be a source of encouragement during the uncertainty…

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Be Still And Listen

Be Still And Listen By Grant Phillips Millions of people throughout the world are praying for the COVID-19 Coronavirus to end. We make those prayers for legitimate reasons and unfortunately, even for selfish reasons. Yes, I’m just as guilty as you. The sad part of this is that so many…

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Learn from King David’s Mistakes

Learn from King David's Mistakes By Dr. John Oswalt Former Wesley Biblical Seminary President "Do not banish me from your presence, and don’t take your Holy Spirit from me. Restore to me the joy of your salvation and make me willing to obey you." - Psalm 51:11-12 NLT What about…

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Even The Storms Preach God’s Glory

Even The Storms Preach God's Glory By Kelley Crampton A few years ago, I was walking to my car late at night after closing my restaurant job. It wasn’t raining, but there was a storm brewing in the distance. Gusts of wind. Soft, rolling thunder. Flashes of lightning. You could…

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Filling Your Life With God

Filling Your Life With God By Joseph Parker "My child, pay attention to what I say. Listen carefully to my words. Don’t lose sight of them. Let them penetrate deep into your heart, for they bring life to those who find them, and healing to their whole body." - Proverbs…

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Through the Windowpane

Through the Windowpane By Joy Lucius Last weekend we celebrated Mother’s Day, COVID-19 style. It was not our usual family-centered day of church attendance, good food, and fellowship. Instead, we celebrated by visiting my mom and dad through the French doors of their assisted living center. My mother was thrilled…

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When God Tests Your Faith

When God Tests Your Faith By Skyler Gleue How surprised would you be to learn that God was having a conversation about you and that you were often on His mind? I would suggest this happens more often than we think. God has a deep level of love and affection…

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A Few Words About Justice

A Few Words About Justice By Darrell Harrison Against the backdrop of various media reports concerning the killing of Ahmaud Arbery, and the subsequent manifold calls that his alleged killers be brought to justice, as a black Christian who has been following this developing story in the background, I felt…

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