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Dale B

I am a born-again Christian who loves to write and share the Good News about Jesus. Raised on a small Wisconsin farm and saved at age 12, I have been active in Christian service since that time. My many years as a pastor, accountant, and lay worker in the church have equipped me to help those in need. In retirement now in Texas, the Lord has led me to writing as a means of winning people to Christ and helping Christians grow in the Lord. By God’s grace I hope to be a blessing and encouragement to you.

Be Ready to Preach – or Die!

Giving out gospel tract - be ready

I waited apprehensively at the entrance to the platform as I stood behind the lead pastor.  He was training me in my first assignment as an assistant pastor.  Earlier, he had informed me that at any moment, I should be ready to preach or die.  As we prepared to step ...

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What Happens When I Die?

Little Girl in cemetery

In ancient times, Job asked this ageless question: If a man dies, shall he live again? (Job 14:14a). Today, people may ask, “What happens when I die?” The answer could be this: “That all depends!” There are three answers – The Horrifying, The Marvelous The Unbelievably Blessed. Three different answers ...

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Do You Love Jesus?

Jesus, I Love You

In these contemporary times, there is a tendency in Christian circles to say, “I love Jesus,” without understanding what that phrase means.  It is sometimes superficial and “hyped up” with an emotional high of group excitement.  What does it really mean to love Jesus?  Do you want to love Him? ...

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Sleepy? Or Are You Awake?

male-sleeping-with-students-in-lecture-hall-

I fell asleep taking the final exam in a college English class. Suddenly my fellow student was poking me in the ribs. Wake up! The professor had just told him to wake me up so I could finish the exam. Suddenly I felt hot – and awfully embarrassed!   I had ...

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Ignore History At Your Own Peril

Historic Early American Flags

Today’s society confronts us with many choices, often unpleasant. A lot of them relate to our country’s government. But because most social studies and history courses have been on the back burner for years, today’s adults are unaware of how our government works and ignore the vitally important issues of ...

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