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The Excitement of a Memorial Day Parade

Memorial Day parades are awesome. Watching the parades from the sidelines instead of on television is nice, but nothing beats actually marching in it. Yesterday, I got a chance to do both. I didn’t plan on being in the parade, but I ended up marching down the street anyway. I ...

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Does Ireland’s Decision on Gay Marriage Represent the Church?

The Republic of Ireland, one of the most devout and thoroughly Roman Catholic countries in the world, has just settled a controversial, popular referendum question–asking its citizens if the government will allow and endorse same-sex marriages.  In spite of recent Catholic bishop letters publicized (and read at recent church services), ...

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The Gift of Discerning Spirits

In 1 Corinthians 12:7-10, the apostle Paul lists nine supernatural gifts of the Holy Spirit. One of these manifestations of the Spirit is called “discerning of spirits.” I believe this gift is incredibly vital for the body of Christ today. I would define discerning of spirits as the supernatural ability ...

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Visual Communication in Church

Originally, the main source of worship in church came from listening to the musical instruments and singing songs. And the pastor’s sole means of delivering sermons was verbal communication. What do these things have in common? They are all audio methods. Our visual information-gathering skills have become more acute over ...

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The Four Horsemen

Last week, I talked about Judgment Day and we discussed events surrounding the end times. Today, we continue that conversation. Once Christ gave John the information He wanted him to relay to the seven churches, (Revelation 3:20-22), Christ took John up to heaven in the spirit, so he could see ...

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