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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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Courageous Servants, Cowards, and the Church

Courageous Servants, Cowards, and the Church By Joseph Parker In a short, very interesting, and powerful story from Exodus 1:15–22, we see two young women with a dilemma who turn it into an opportunity to glorify God and His creation. Then Pharaoh, the king of Egypt, gave this order to…

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The Prayers of a Righteous Person

The Prayers of a Righteous Person A Bible Study by Jack Kelley "The prayer of a righteous person is powerful and effective." - James 5:16 The prayer of a righteous person is powerful and effective. (James 5:16) The Bible has a lot to say about prayer. After all, it’s the…

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Sugar Daddy

Sugar Daddy By Grant Phillips The Cambridge Dictionary states that a Sugar Daddy is “a rich and usually older man who buys presents for or gives money to a younger person, especially a woman, usually so that the younger person will spend time with him and have a sexual relationship…

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Gloom and Doom or Hope and Joy?

Gloom and Doom or Hope and Joy? By Dr. David Reagan "Now may the God of hope fill you with all joy and peace in believing, so that you will abound in hope by the power of the Holy Spirit" (Romans 15:13). I received a message recently from a gentleman…

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Prayers That Outlive Us

Prayers That Outlive Us By Joy Lucius My Grandma Katie used to say the funniest things. As a child, I grew so used to her funny little adages that I never really gave them much thought. But now, as an adult. I find more and more just how wise and…

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God Pours Out Blessings Where There is Unity

God Pours Out Blessings Where There is Unity By Chris McKinney One morning during my prayer time, I was praying about a person I was collaborating with on a creative project. We had come to a point in the process where it was clear that we weren’t quite on the…

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The Shepherd Psalm Trilogy

The Shepherd Psalm Trilogy By Jack Kelley The diligent student will discover glimpses of the Messiah throughout the Old Testament. Many of these require the insight gained from the New Testament to be recognizable, but a reasonable amount of study will enable most students to give a persuasive presentation of…

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