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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

What Are The Conditions For Going To Heaven?

There are books written about heaven. Movies have been made about it. Is it a real place? Some people just assume that everyone goes there. At funerals we usually hear it said that the deceased is in a better place. John 14:3 says that when Jesus ascended from his earthly ...

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A Hug To Warm Your Heart

Something happened in Portland, Oregon, from which Ferguson can learn a lesson. Now that the trial is over there are those who have made it a point to continue violence and rioting. They have solved absolutely nothing by doing so. The world has become sickened by, not only putting race ...

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Teen Mental Health

A recent study listed fifteen different behaviors or emotional states  which can surface in the adolescent years. The study, conducted by Baylor University, also brought into account the views and observations of youth and college pastors. This list includes: depression (the highest), followed by pornography, grief/bereavement, anxiety, aggression and anger, ...

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Be Thankful, But Remember Those Without

It is easy to not be thankful. The danger of not being thankful is that a person can become complacent and take things for granted. Abundance can result in becoming spoiled. We must focus on those less blessed and who are going through terrible times of adversity. I Thessalonians 5:18 ...

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Our Veterans Young and Old

Here are two stories about veterans spanning the younger and older generations. Army Corporal Ethan Laberge was severely wounded in Afghanistan by a suicide bomber which killed two of his buddies. Shrapnel disabled his legs and right arm. He so far as gone through 10 surgeries. He also suffered memory ...

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