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Mar
28
2015

Completely Victorious

Author: Brady Stephenson

Regardless of our circumstances or the circumstances of the world around us, Scripture declares that we ARE [present tense] victorious through the One who has loved us.


Mar
23
2015

A Very Touchy Subject

Author: Melissa Church

This topic is something I live with. It is next door to me. It is in my son’s school. It is in my grocery store, my help-wanted ads, my doctor’s office, my home. It is the life-breath of my small community. It is not some far-flung problem for someone “else”. It is not something I’ve made judgments about from a distance. It is an on-going conversation in my soul about people – real people – that I live with every day. It’s personal.


Mar
17
2015

Four Blood Moons

Author: Stephen Armstrong

It seems everyone is talking about the coming “blood moons.” Are these lunar eclipses prophetically significant? Some believe so, while others dismiss the speculation as hype. Are the moons a sign of the end?    Let’s find out…


Mar
15
2015

There Are No Atheists

Author: Brian Smith

Many people claim to be atheists.  Scripture, however, makes clear that no one is truly an atheist.


Mar
05
2015

When Cute Isn’t Anymore

Author: Melissa Church

A Christian who has the full righteousness of Christ is not mature and complete until he grows into the behavior that demonstrates Christ’s righteousness. Instead, he’s like a baby-Huey: a big overgrown baby-Christian who’s still on a bottle and never graduated to solid food, never learned to walk on his own, always has to be carried, and is always in need of other people’s grace.


Mar
02
2015

Scriptural Ignorance

Author: Brian Smith

Unbiblical books in a Christian bookstore?  This was a situation of Scriptural ignorance.


Feb
09
2015

Walby’s Jacket

Author: Melissa Church

Following my son’s cell group this week, some of the boys stood around in the kitchen yucking it up. One of the boys had on an unusual jacket, and my husband mentioned it. When the boys began to actually notice the article of clothing, it became apparent to us all that it didn’t fit. In this case, it was too small. So small, in fact, that he had the sleeves pushed way up on his arms so no one would notice how short they were. Amid the ribbing that ensued, Walby offered no explanation, so the too-small jacket shall remain a mystery – but I remembered it later.



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