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Don’t Be a “Go-Backer”

The lure of finding gold in Colorado seemed worth the gamble in 1859, as many men struggled to make ends meet in a down economy. Pulling up stakes and spending six months’ income to purchase a team of oxen, risking disease and possible attacks, was outweighed by the strong pull ...

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Grace, Grace, Grace

Hey, have I got a song for you! It’s called “Grace Got You” by MercyMe and it’s a song that will really lift you up and put you in a good mood. But first, I want to tell you a little bit about what I see as the sentiment behind ...

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The Wild West of Our Christian Journey

In the song “I Will go West,” put to music by J.P. Barrett in 1875, city living was a heartache what with high-priced goods, the worry of one’s sons taking to city ways while their daughters cared only for the latest fashions, and cruelty all around.  Taking to the open ...

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Wise Weapons

My great-grandfather was a conductor on our city’s streetcar line for about five years, starting in 1913. My hometown has a rich history that includes many wealthy barons of enterprises such as railroad lines, theaters, and even the distilling of whiskey. Most of its citizens during that heyday were respectable, hardworking ...

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Distracted Christians–A Weapon for the Enemy

According to the Christian Post, one Christian is killed every 6 minutes because of their faith. Take a moment to read that again. Does this disturb you? If it does then you are one step closer to knowing your purpose as a Christian. If knowing that others are being martyred ...

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