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Can prayer change a whole community?

The world around us often echoes with sirens and cries.  “Let’s pray about it,” sometimes feels like an escapist retort.  “Let’s do something about it,” seems futile.  The news coverage out of Ferguson, MO gave us a glimpse of the sad realities of crime and distrust.  Fear, rage and rampant ...

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Riding The Train Called “Eternity”

These days the world seems to be full of the inner workings of man. Competition is at its all time high with a driving force to see who can cater best to the individual customer’s needs. Man creates new meanings to the words he chooses to use philosophizing his own ...

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I’ll Share My God

“You people should understand that we only obey Allah, we tread the path of the Prophet. We hope to die on this path … Our goal is the garden of eternal bliss,” said Abubakar Shekau according to Yahoo news. Abubakar Shekau is an Islamist leader of the Nigerian militant group ...

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When To Fight and When To Turn The Other Cheek

Jesus spoke of the importance of responding to an enemy with love. If your enemy strikes your cheek, you should give that person the other cheek to strike. If they compel you to run a mile, you should run two (Matt 5:39-41). It’s a simple principle to understand, but a ...

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