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“Distracted” by Fritz Chery

October 26, 2016

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Distraction from God is extremely dangerous. As believers we believe that God is the captain of our ship. When you start losing sight of your captain, you start trying to steer your own ship. Not only does this lead to going the wrong way, but it can lead you in the direction of trials, sin, […]

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Persecution and the Church in Iran by Mark Howard

October 19, 2016

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Everyone loves a good story. As Christians, we especially love stories that tell us how, when all seems lost, God makes a way. One such story is about the church in Iran—and it’s one of the greatest stories in the world today. It’s a simple story that can be summarized in just two sentences: Persecution threatened […]

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“Pain in the Pews” from Calling It Out by Kathy

September 1, 2016

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Pain in the Pews So I’ve read a few blogs lately about why people are not happy with their current church.   Supposedly many long time church goers are just up and leaving and others are sitting in the pews week after week wondering if they should leave. And of course there is no shortage of […]

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Victorious Christian Living by Dr. Billy Graham

August 30, 2016

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Every morning, I begin my day in prayer and time in God’s Word. I also try to read from a Christian Leader/Pastor/Theologian to add inspiration, comfort and challenge to my day. This morning, I read this short article from Billy Graham. It so points to the problem in our society..in our church, that I want […]

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Seven Ways Satan Tries to Destroy a Church by Ron Edmondson

August 25, 2016

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Be serious! Be alert! Your adversary the Devil is prowling around like a roaring lion, looking for anyone he can devour. 1 Peter 5:8 I’m not a pastor who is constantly looking for Satan behind everything that goes wrong. I concentrate my attention on Jesus and encourage others to follow Jesus—and not to focus on the […]

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