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Stepping Into Eternity

Stepping Into Eternity By Grant Phillips UNBELIEVERS For the non-believing world the end of one’s earthly life and beginning of life in eternity will be unimaginably horrible. Jesus warned: “And do not fear those who kill the body but cannot kill the soul. But rather fear Him who is able…

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Church Lessons Coronavirus Has Taught Us

Church Lessons Coronavirus Has Taught Us By Israel Wayne Beginning in March 2020, Americans have been forced to adjust to a “new normal.” Work, school, personal lives and even church have been disrupted for millions. The church issue is especially troubling, since religious belief and practice was the very first…

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Defending the Family

Defending the Family By Ron Matsen The attack on the Biblical family unit has never been greater. The pervasive influences of secular philosophy, psychology, and sociology have driven the traditional family unit to the brink of extinction. Like a spiritual tsunami, the influences of modern moral relativism are rapidly eroding…

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Trading Scratches for Sparkles

Trading Scratches for Sparkles By Hannah Harrison Last Sunday, I noticed a scratch on the hood of my car. Actually, I found multiple scratches on my vehicle. After a terrible week, I felt like this was just the tipping point that was going to send me spinning down a trail…

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No Trespassing!

No Trespassing! By Joy Lucius Hell. It’s not a word (or a place) I like to contemplate. But I’ve thought about it a lot lately. It’s also not a topic people want to read about or discuss. In fact, many preachers even shy away from the subject of hell these…

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The Astounding Partnership

The Astounding Partnership By Hal Lindsey In 1995, Timothy McVeigh put together a large mix of fertilizer, diesel fuel, and other chemicals in the back of a rented truck. He parked that truck in front of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City, ignited two fuses, then got…

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Surrendered Motherhood

Surrendered Motherhood By Joy Lucius Above, Francine’s Bible study group praying for Laura. Inset, Francine with her daughter Laura. What does a mother have to do to see her prodigal child turn from sin and run home to the Father? Nothing short of total surrender according to Francine Perry, mother…

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Objective Truths, Objective Realities

Objective Truths, Objective Realities By Teddy James Math is terrible. There, I said it. It has all those numbers and symbols and things that make my brain experience sheer panic or absolute silence. Writing, however, is wonderful and beautiful and lovely. I once had a debate with my high school…

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Helping One Another Grow

Helping One Another Grow By Jordan Chamblee My three-year-old son and one-year-old daughter were playing in the living room. The toys from their little toy box were strewn all over the floor and under every piece of furniture in the usual minefield fashion. The toy box was turned upside down…

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Reopening to God: From Virus to Vision?

Reopening to God: From Virus to Vision? By Rev. Jeff Switzer This is a unique season for our nation and for local churches. Many churches are beginning to “reopen” after a difficult time of closure. Often in times of loss and difficulty, we discover the truly important things; we put…

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