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Forgiven Debt

Matthew 18:24-27” “When he had begun to settle them, one who owed him ten thousand talents was brought to him. 25“But since he did not have the means to repay, his lord commanded him to be sold, along with his wife and children and all that he had, and repayment ...

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Broken Made Whole

What’s up with ‘rejection’ these days? I just got off the phone with a close friend telling me about being shunned among her immediate family—how all the family members were invited to Easter Sunday Brunch, but her. We prayed together and I mumbled something about forgiveness, second-guessing myself; wondering if ...

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Vote Right!

With rights always come responsibilities. In our country, the right to vote has been a hard-fought privilege, and all eligible citizens should be able to exercise their voting rights. But this is where the responsibility comes in… Currently, there is controversy over the fact that government-issued identification is required in ...

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Risen Indeed

At nine years of age, I asked Jesus to come into my heart on an Easter Sunday. I knew very little back then about the in-depth meaning of Resurrection and what a significant event it held for those who believe (or don’t believe) in God. Assuming that particular holiday was ...

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God In Our Public Schools

God In Our Public Schools By John Livingston Clark Why is there so much controversy about religious expression in the public school system? The answer is that many public school teachers and administrators either do not know the law or don’t have the courage to defend the students’ rights of ...

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