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John Clark

John Livingston Clark is 67 years of age and lives in central Washington State. He has written two published books, and two published poems. His initial book is called, " God's Healing Hope: Breaking the Strongholds of Wrong Thinking." His second book, released in December of 2016, is a motivational book written to seniors titled, " Seniors: Are You Retiring or Recharging?" Both books are available on amazon. You can also view his writings on www.faithwriters.com. John is available to speak on a variety of topics. Visit me at jclarkministries.com

Peace and Hope Not of This World

There are many reasons not to have peace and hope in today’s world and culture.  The loss of freedoms, economic hardship, along with hopelessness and suicide, have been exacerbated by the seemingly endless government control brought on by COVID. Even the vaccines are posing health risks. Perhaps some are asking, ...

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White Supremacy or God’s Equality?

Martin Luther King, Jr. famously said, “Judge not by the color of the skin but by the character of the heart.” This has application to the white supremacy mentality because skin color is the dominate issue. Ryan Bomberger, who is bi-racial and co-founder of the Radiance Foundation, sums it up: ...

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Miracles From The California Fires

The town of Paradise was in the path of the “Camp Fire” in northern California. The fire burned down 95 percent of this town of 27,000 people. Pastor Doug Crowder of the Magalia Baptist Church was hustling to save over 30 residents and church members. They were in the church ...

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The Caravan – A Crisis In The Making?

The caravan has begun to arrive at Tijuana, the Mexico town just across the border from San Diego. People are being provided temporary shelter at a gymnasium and sports complex. At the same time some locals are yelling, “Go home. We don’t want you here.” What is next? We will ...

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“First Men” To Acknowledge God From Space

I remember sitting at my television the evening of July 20, 1979. I was 20 years of age. From 240,000 miles away I saw live footage of Neil Armstrong become the first man to step on the moon and say the famous words: “That’s one small step for a man, ...

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