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A Lesson from Lister’s Life

British surgeon Dr. Joseph Lister relied on his strong faith in God as he faced ongoing criticism for not subscribing to the belief that disease was caused by “miasma,” or bad air. He was convinced  that cleansing surgical wounds and the hands of the surgeons would help save many lives ...

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Why Christians Should Study Apologetics

Apologetics is defined by Wikipedia as “the discipline of defending a position through the systematic use of information.” The word itself is derived from the Greek word apologia, meaning “a reasoned defense.” So why is it that Christians should study apologetics? Well here’s a funny analogy for you to explain why. ...

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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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How to Refocus After Opposition and Discouragement

Have you lost your focus lately? Perhaps opposition from the enemy has come your way and brought tremendous discouragement to you. Refocusing on Jesus after opposition and discouragement have come your way is vital to overcoming these tactics.  Merriam-Webster defines opposition as: an action that is done to stop or ...

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Why Must We “Restore” Religious Freedom?

Indiana Governor Mike Pence boldly placed himself at the center of a firestorm of controversy by signing the Indiana Religious Freedom Restoration Act. Everyone from celebrities and basketball commentators to corporations and the White House is voicing their objections and calling for a boycott on the entire state of Indiana. ...

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