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Stephen Armstrong

Author: Stephen Armstrong

How to Celebrate Halloween? A Christian Dilemma

So should a Christian celebrate or observe Halloween? Clearly, Christians should consider carefully (and prayerfully) whether participating in Halloween is appropriate. Here are some thoughts to consider…

Melissa Church

Author: Melissa Church

Singing Slightly Off-Key

“Be careful not to practice your righteousness in front of others to be seen by them. If you do, you will have no reward from your Father in heaven.” Matthew 6:1

Brady Stephenson

Author: Brady Stephenson

Balancing Wealth and Humility?

I am a member of various online communities including the “Faith Driven Business” community on LinkedIn.  A question was posed recently in the discussion forums: “Do you struggle with balancing wealth and humility?”  Here was my contribution to the conversation…

Brian Smith

Author: Brian Smith

Papal Fallibility

Is the pope infallible?  This is a dogma of the Catholic church, yet recent statements by the current pope suggest otherwise.

Ivette Irizarry

Author: Ivette Irizarry

Hallmark Theology

I know this never happens to you, but as for me, things don’t always go my way. What does God do when Plan A doesn’t work?

Guest Contributor

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Thank You, Jesus, for Choosing Me

By Jerry Dyke

I have been studying through the book of Matthew recently, and this past week finished chapter nine which ends with these verses, “Seeing the people, He felt compassion...

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