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Engaging the Culture With Spiritual Truth

I recently got on an interactive website for seniors. This is one that has a forum where members can post thoughts on most any subject and expect responses from readers all over the world. I initiated a discussion on the topic: “What is Heaven Like?” My thinking was that since ...

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Modern Feminism: An Identity Crisis

Last month a young college woman wrote an op-ed piece describing the details of her plight to be “taken seriously in an age of subtle sexism.” The article revealed, perhaps more than she realized, why that may be happening. I have to wonder, when did we start raising a generation of ...

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God’s Grace Is Always On Time

If you are like me, when I hear stories of heroic deeds or think about various scary situations, I try to decide how I should respond and how I might actually respond. Would I be the one to stand boldly to confess my love for Jesus at gun point? Could ...

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If Government Is To Keep Order, Why All The Chaos?

Authorities–the earthly “powers that be”–isn’t their purpose to maintain order in this world filled with sinful people roaming the earth? Laws are established to create civilized societies, yet we are driving 100 miles an hour toward a world of barbarism. Instead of establishing and keeping order, many appointed and elected ...

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Complete Transformation: I Am Loved

I was just a child when she died. Fourteen going on forty. So young, and yet I became so old. My smile was buried in her grave, My laughter turned to stone-cold silence. My happiness, well, I forgot what that was. I didn’t need anything or anybody — Didn’t need? ...

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