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Peace and Hope Not of This World

There are many reasons not to have peace and hope in today’s world and culture.  The loss of freedoms, economic hardship, along with hopelessness and suicide, have been exacerbated by the seemingly endless government control brought on by COVID. Even the vaccines are posing health risks. Perhaps some are asking, ...

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Are We There Yet?

How many times did you ask that question from the back seat of the family car growing up? I remember the look us kids would get from my mom when we’d ask, “are we there yet?” Our family traveled from Illinois to Indiana in the summers of my childhood, driving ...

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When God Picks Someone Else

Many of the lessons we carry through life can be traced back to our elementary school days. Respect for authority was certainly one of those. Rules were not questioned, and consequences were expected when we stepped out of line. I can still see the straight line painted on the floor ...

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Heroes Of The Bible: Elijah Vs The Prophets Of Baal

My all time favorite prophet in the Old Testament is Elijah. There is just something about him that I love. Maybe it is his courage in the face of overwhelming odds that I like so much, there is just something inspiring about one man of God facing off against hundreds ...

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Profiles on the Enemies of God: Tolerance

Tolerance and apathy are the final virtues of a dying society, so said Aristotle. Today we bear witness to the end results of tolerance and are seeing the beginnings of apathy. Tolerance has seeped into the church and poisoned the Body of Christ causing a rotting away of its members. ...

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