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Beware of Small People With Authority

Beware of Small People With Authority By Peter Rosenberger A friend who owns a small retail store recently received a visit recently from a clipboard carrying bureaucrat. “We received a report that customers entered your store.” My friend asked, “Who reported this?” “We can’t tell you; it’s anonymous.” The man…

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Let Not Your Heart Be Troubled

Let Not Your Heart Be Troubled By Tim Wildmon At the time of this writing, two of the biggest stories in the news are coronavirus and the race to see who will be the Democratic presidential nominee for president. The coronavirus has served as a reminder of just how quickly…

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Surrender Your Child Back to God

Surrender Your Child Back to God By Laura Perry Do you remember the old hymn we all sang at the top of our lungs, “I surrender all”? Did we really mean it, or did we mean “I surrender some things”. Even if it were true that we knew that your…

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The Most Important Battles

The Most Important Battles By Bud Hancock Introduction Since my birth, during WWII, there have been numerous wars, many on an international level, within which were a multitude of lesser battles fought, most with disastrous results to those unfortunate enough to be combatants, or to live near the battlefields. The…

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Go Ahead and Take the Medicine

Go Ahead and Take the Medicine By Joy Lucius I have seen several quizzes on Facebook (FB) during this Chinese-hosted, seemingly unending nightmare of a quarantine party called COVID-19. I have scrolled past games such as: Post pictures of five cars you owned in the past. Honor 2020 seniors and…

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Internet Dangers During the COVID-19 Crisis

Internet Dangers During the COVID-19 Crisis By Hannah Harrison Your kids may not be as safe as you think they are. During the COVID-19 pandemic, many parents believe that their children, as long as they are indoors, are safe from the outside world. Unfortunately, during this stay-at-home season, many predators…

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Watching for God’s Working

Watching for God’s Working By Jonathan Lewis In his letter to the Philippian church, the Apostle Paul shared how God was using the difficult circumstances of his life to bring about tremendous good: "But I would ye should understand, brethren, that the things which happened unto me have fallen out…

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Jesus, Prayer, and Dr. George Washington Carver

Jesus, Prayer, and Dr. George Washington Carver By Joseph Parker Mark 1:35 - “Now in the morning, having risen a long while before daylight, He went out and departed to a solitary place; and there He prayed”. Very much of what Jesus did in His life, believers can do too.…

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The Best Is Yet to Come

The Best Is Yet to Come By Jonathan C. Brentner Since the onset of the COVID-19 crisis, I have felt a wide range of emotions. At times anger has surged inside me as I have watched news accounts of many elected officials attempting to take advantage of the crisis for…

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More than Painted Eggs

More than Painted Eggs By Kendra Knox A few years ago, I found myself craving a more meaningful way to celebrate the season of Christ’s death and resurrection. We had our own family traditions and they were great. I mean, who doesn’t love a good egg hunt? And mom’s Easter…

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