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Exposing the Enemy in the Confederate Flag Controversy

The battle that began with murderous rampage a week ago continues to rage in South Carolina.  The Enemy, infuriated with the outpouring of forgiveness and love, switched tactics.  Diverting attention from good, he is seeking to create disunity with slander and half-truths.   Satan desires the controversy around the Confederate Flag ...

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Road Trip Anyone?

Are you tired of sitting inside and looking at the lack of coloration all around you? With the decline in gas prices, why not fan the embers of adventure into flame and start planning that family vacation? God has given us so many beautiful places to see, why not plan ...

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Standing United

Yesterday was the thirteenth anniversary of that horrific day in our nation’s history. A day when the whole world watched, in real-time, as terrorists attacked our citizens on American soil.

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Honoring Heroes

The calendar brings us to Memorial Day, the most solemn of our national holidays.  Memorials—like all great things—were God’s idea first.  God commanded the use of memorials to the children of Israel, and woven throughout scripture are examples of memorials as celebration and worship.  Like everything that God commands, it ...

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