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The End Game

  • December 27, 2017

The End Game Opinion by Jack Kelley Note: Jack originally wrote this to give us perspective after the 2008 recession. His message here is such a wonderful way to begin the year, so I’ve edited parts to make it timeless. Here are Jack’s thoughts on the 5 things we should…

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Christmas: A Celebration of Life Because of the Savior

  • December 25, 2017

Christmas: A Celebration of Life Because of the Savior By David Limbaugh People often lament that in our celebration of Christmas, we tend to lose sight of its true meaning. Not to be a contrarian, but I don’t think the two are mutually exclusive. At Christmastime, we celebrate family, giving,…

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Is He Enough?

  • December 16, 2017

Is He Enough? By Whitney White I have a confession to make. In years past, I have been guilty of serving the god of Christmas instead of the Christ who is Christmas. And what’s worse, is I have allowed my children to witness that. Since I was a child, I…

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Roaring Lion

  • December 4, 2017

Roaring Lion By Grant Phillips My previous article was called “Reboot.” In it I discussed the fact that we can’t change the bad things we have said and done, even if we could give our right arm and make it happen. To follow-up, I would like to look behind the…

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Grounded In Reason … The Four Factors Of Faith

  • November 29, 2017

Grounded In Reason...The Four Factors Of Faith A Bible Study by Jack Kelley If you have faith as small as a mustard seed, you can say to this mulberry tree, ‘Be uprooted and planted in the sea,’ and it will obey you. Luke 17:6 Abraham had waited 20 years for…

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  • November 28, 2017

Reboot By Grant Phillips I do not consider myself to be computer literate. On the other hand, I am not totally computer challenged either. I do alright in the areas I am familiar with, but call for help when a problem gets over my head. My magical “fix” is to…

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Thanksgiving: Legacies of Hope in the Midst of Loss

  • November 21, 2017

Thanksgiving: Legacies of Hope in the Midst of Loss By Whitney White When I think of holidays, I think of my grandparents. Though we didn’t actually celebrate on Thanksgiving Day, our Thanksgiving wasn’t complete until we had given thanks with family at my Mama Bobbie and Papaw’s house. For twenty-eight…

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An Unshakable Kingdom

  • November 21, 2017

An Unshakable Kingdom By Jonathan C. Brentner Is there anything around us today that we could describe as “unshakable?” Politicians, movies stars, and leaders continually prove that they are frail human beings just like everyone else. Instability defines our world. Wars and continual threats of war add to the instability…

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Navigating Thanksgiving with Grace

  • November 16, 2017

Navigating Thanksgiving with Grace By Jordan Chamblee Thanksgiving will be here before we know it, and most of us will be gathered with friends and family to eat good food, watch football, and hopefully enjoy fellowship with one another. However, the Thanksgiving table isn’t always a peaceful, pleasant place. If…

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An Ordinary Life

  • November 12, 2017

An Ordinary Life By Jonathan C. Brentner Thomas Chisholm was born in a log cabin in Franklin, Kentucky in 1866. He became a believer at the age of 27 and a Methodist preacher at the age of 36 despite a lack of formal training for the ministry. Unfortunately, after only…

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