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Biblical Jesus VS. Modern Jesus (Part Two)

Last week in Part One of this series, we discussed five differences between the Jesus of the Bible and the Jesus being promoted by the modern world we live in.  Sadly we see too many examples of people who are “perverting the gospel of Christ,” and turning to “a different ...

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The Responsibility of Sharing the Good News

Christians have a responsibility, a responsibility to not just lead moral lives, but to spread the Gospel to all corners of the world, that was not a suggestion it was a command from Jesus Himself, as He said in Matthew 28:19, “Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing ...

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Having Peace Which Surpasses Understanding

On a daily basis how would you assess your ability to follow God’s instruction to “be anxious for nothing?” (Philippians 4:6) How about the second half of the verse? Do you honestly bring EVERYTHING to God in prayer with THANKSGIVING? We often hear about having “the peace of God, which ...

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Standing Strong in the Face of Persecution

Did you know Billy Graham recently issued a warning for believers in America?  It is more of a reminder of what God’s word has already stated: prepare for persecution. Many of us in this blessed United States have no idea what it really means to be persecuted. We don’t understand ...

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A Chat With Kyle Petty: The Man On A Mission

Welcome to Part 3 of the series, A Chat With Kyle Petty!   In this final section of the interview, we will learn about Kyle himself,  his dedication to his work, his feelings about home, and the importance of heading up Victory Junction and the Kyle Petty Charity Ride Across ...

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