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Election 2016: Making Sense of the Nonsense

I haven’t written any articles in awhile, but when I do, politics is one of my least favorite things to write about.  It often ends up being childish bickering and when someone does take a stand on something, they are criminalized by the other party.  Regardless, I’m going to set ...

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America Is At A Crossroads

America is entering a defining year. Which way will she go? Will this nation continue down the current path or make some dramatic changes? Much of it will depend upon who is elected president, but there are many more factors involved. Political correctness and “tolerance” have broken down the clear ...

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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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How Should Christians Prepare for the Future?

“Don’t let your hearts be troubled. Trust in God, and trust also in me.” (John 14:1, NLT) In civilian life, they’re called survivalists, or “dooms dayers.” They plan and stockpile necessities to live in the event of some calamity. Their basements may contain several years worth of food, generators, ham radios, ...

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The Battle Over The Rainbow

Friends, since the recent decision by the Supreme Court on gay marriage, there has been a fight “over the rainbow”, including who it belongs to and what it’s supposed to mean. Rather than declare who I believe it belongs to, I’m going to suggest there is much difference between the ...

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