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God’s Love Can Bring An End To Prejudice

As  we enter  a new era of leadership in America we are also seeing a time of racial, moral, and religious prejudice. Racial tension is running high. Morality has become based upon personal choice rather than absolute truth. Religious persuasions have too often succumbed to political correctness. A new word ...

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Christians: Our King Calls Us to Unity

Unity.  It is in the news a lot lately … or rather, disunity is in the news.  The word itself reveals two key components: You and I. You and I must be the foot soldiers of unity, but God is the originator and producer of it.  Unity was the heart ...

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Prayer–The Power for Charleston

Evil assaulted the Church this week in Charleston, SC.   While social media erupted with compassion, and political bandwagons rolled out, #prayforcharleston trended to the top of the charts.  Far fewer realize they missed the opening ceremonies at this most recent battleground. It is not coincidental that there was a day ...

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Actions Speak Louder Than Words

Over the past couple weeks God has seemed to orchestrate situations in my life to give me an opportunity to show love to someone who has been a constant source of heartache and frustration. This is a person who I am unable to cut out of my life and a person ...

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