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Emily Tomko's radical encounter with the Lord while at a nightclub changed her life forever and inspired her first novel, College Bound: A Pursuit of Freedom. She is the author of seven books, including 31 Thoughts on Prophecy and Leaving the Shallows: igniting the faith that overcomes the world. Her tastes tend toward vintage and she's a Germanophile, having spent a year in Bremen and Nuremberg. Emily loves the scriptures and writes with fierce compassion and a deep desire to see people freed from the miry clay of this world and walking in the truth.

Keep Your Word–Even When It Hurts

Psalm 15:4, Psalm 15, who swears to his own hurt, who keeps an oath even when it hurts, promises to keep

He could hardly believe his ears. His daughter, who’d been estranged from him for the last seven years, by her own choice, wanted money. She’d rebelled against his rules, opted to live out her teen years exclusively with her mother (who had few rules), and in essence, disdained a relationship. ...

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A Christian Response to Rogue Government

persecution in America, hostile government, Christians and Obama, anti-Christian

When the Nazis rose to power in Germany in the 1930s, many German Christians did not resist their hellish ideals, but instead incrementally compromised with Hitler’s party. These “German Christians” sliced and skewed Scripture so as to omit entire books of the Bible, even arguing that Jesus wasn’t a Jew, ...

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Church Leadership: Clear Moral Direction is Needed

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Is it acceptable for a Christian to divorce and remarry? What does the Bible actually say about homosexuality? Why is addiction so rampant in the general population today? Which church denomination is the right one? For many Americans today, there is much confusion and misinformation regarding ethics, morality, and the ...

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