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Barnabas and the Forklift Ministry

  • November 13, 2018

Barnabas and the Forklift Ministry By Ben Godwin As a teenager, I worked part-time in my dad’s company, Builder’s Hardware, in Tampa, Florida. Fascinated by the forklift, I watched with envy as my older brothers and other employees unloaded pallets of hardware from trucks and hoisted them up on shelves…

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Pass It On

  • November 13, 2018

Pass It On By Grant Phillips While reading an article this morning by a local pastor, he mentioned some statistics that got my attention. He said that if we live to the age of 75 we will spend on average 11 years watching television. He went on to say that…

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Are We Religious or Spiritual?

  • November 12, 2018

Are We Religious or Spiritual? By Jack Kelley These people come near to me with their mouth and honor me with their lips, but their hearts are far from me. Their worship of me is made up only of rules taught by men” (Isaiah 29:13). God had the prophet Isaiah…

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Happy Veteran’s Day

  • November 11, 2018

Happy Veteran’s Day By David Jolly Today is Veteran’s Day in the United States, the day we honor the men and women who have served our country in the armed forces. These men and women have given up part of their lives and parts of their bodies, to protect the…

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Pastors: It’s Time to Break the Silence on American Culture

  • November 11, 2018

Pastors: It’s Time to Break the Silence on American Culture By Shane Idleman This article hit the national media this week; even Fox News is asking me to offer input on what in the world is going on in America today? If our voting habits line up with Hollywood, something…

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The Son’s Rising

  • November 9, 2018

The Son’s Rising By Dr. Mark Creech Thursday morning on my way to work, I looked toward the Eastern sky and saw the sun in its splendor breaking the horizon. So taken by the sight, I snapped a picture of it with my phone. Malachi 4:2 says, “But unto you…

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Faithful Preaching in Critical Times

  • November 7, 2018

Faithful Preaching in Critical Times By Bert Harper There is always much discussion about a pastor’s responsibility and freedom to be involved in the political arena. Having served as pastor for 43 years, I am well aware of the implications that go along with the territory. What do you say,…

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Materially Rich But Spiritually Bankrupt

  • November 3, 2018

Materially Rich But Spiritually Bankrupt By Grant Phillips When Jesus set up His Church by the Apostles in the first century, many local churches were dirt poor. Some had a little money or other goods, and shared with other churches in need. Nothing existed at that time however, on the…

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The Struggling Christian

  • November 3, 2018

The Struggling Christian By Grant Phillips I, for one, find living the Christian life sometimes difficult. Maybe I'm the only one. If so, shame on me, but I still admit to my struggles. Some Christians may struggle simply because they are not leaning on Jesus and allowing the Holy Spirit…

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Choose Me, Choose Me!

  • November 3, 2018

Choose Me, Choose Me! By Grant Phillips One of the most basic needs of human kind is to feel wanted. It is also one of the strongest. Children long for the love of their parents. Parents may wonder if that need has vanished when their children become teenagers, but yes,…

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