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December, 2018

  • 17 December

    What Would You Give Your Life For?

    “For some years I have been afflicted with the belief that flight is possible to man… I feel that it will soon cost me an increased amount of money if not my life.”  Wilbur Wright, 1900 Wilbur Wright believed that his flying machine was worth the cost. He was a ...

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  • 12 December

    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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  • 11 December

    Time To Stop Playing Church

    Every Sunday, churches are filled with those who are simply” playing” games with God. They line up in rows to watch the “show”. If it is good enough, they stay and even come back occasionally. However, if it is not entertaining, they will drift off. Stop with the plastic smiles, ...

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  • 10 December

    Abiding Victory is Ours

    The Velveteen Rabbit knew something about truly living. He knew that life brought loose threads and worn edges, it was about becoming, and real-life required love. He was a little creature of no significance in the beginning, but later he was the beloved best friend of the little boy to ...

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  • 7 December

    He Came

    “But now the righteousness of God apart from the law is revealed, being witnessed by the law and the prophets, even the righteousness of God, through faith in Jesus Christ, to all and on all who believe. For there is no difference; for all have sinned and fall short of ...

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  • 3 December

    Time to Trade Your Horse!

    The horse holds a place of importance in history as a powerhouse of our existence. From pulling plows through waiting fields and wagons of travelers to a new frontier, to providing leisure enjoyment, the horse must have seemed irreplaceable to those who depended on the animal. Until the Tin Lizzie… ...

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November, 2018

  • 19 November

    He Loves Us Enough

    It was likely scarlet fever that brought Anne Mansfield Sullivan into Helen Keller’s life. Helen was a perfectly healthy baby from her birth in 1880 until her nineteenth month, when she contracted the grave illness that would steal her sight and hearing away. By age 7, Helen was quite wild ...

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  • 17 November

    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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  • 15 November

    The Unthankful Turkey

    It is the middle of November and Thanksgiving is almost here, For many turkeys it is a time to fear. There is a determined hunter who is out with his rifle and net, For a fowl, hiding in the bushes is the safest bet. Now Tyler Turkey is a feisty ...

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  • 13 November

    The Personality Of Love

    When there is a police investigation, the police usually call on a forensic specialist to tell them what kind of person they need to be looking for. Tina Turner had a famous song that asked “What’s love got to do with it?” I want us to consider how important our ...

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