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Searching For Lost Signal

By Susan Niswonger / a few months ago

Searching For Lost Signal My life is now run by satellite.  Forty years ago, we were amazed at the futuristic technology portrayed on Star Trek and James Bond.  The actors were able to go places and accomplish things found only in the daydreams of adventurous screenwriters.  Today, although, we still cannot be teleported to other […]

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A Perfect Circle for Global Impact

By Rick McGee / a few months ago

Funding Foreign Missions by Growing Home Missions Joyful Life Ministries is less than three years old; a baby church compared with many of the churches in our community.  So I was pleased when we were able to host and sponsor two foreign missionaries as Partners in Missions at the end of last year.  We’ve been […]

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Don’t Let Me Miss The Glory

By Susan Niswonger / a few months ago

Don’t Let Me Miss The Glory Moses had led the people out of Egypt, across the Red Sea.  In Exodus, God commands Moses to go and take possession of the land of Canaan.  God promised to send an angel before them and drive the enemy out of the land.  Moses prayed, “God you know me […]

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speak

By Martin Schmaltz / a few months ago

Speak Recently, I was in service and someone defined the church as, “Those that are called out of darkness into His light.” While this is true, I believe it is only a limited part of what the true church is and its authority. In a previous Apostolic Note, “The Real Church,” we presented the original […]

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Awakening, Arming, Acting

By James Thornton / a few months ago

Awakening, Arming, Acting   Romans 13:11 “and that, knowing the time, that now it is high time to awake out of sleep: for now is our salvation nearer than when we believed. 12 the night is far spent, the day is at hand: let us, therefore, cast off the works of darkness, and let us […]

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”Obedience Is Better Than Sacrifice”

By Lynne Conley / a few months ago

”Obedience Is Better Than Sacrifice” Naaman was the commander of the armies of Benhadad II; he was second in command to the King. Naaman was a man of great authority. Naaman had the dreadful disease of Leprosy. Leprosy was a type of disease that caused disfiguration of the person’s body, eventually the flesh would begin […]

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”Chosen By God”

By Lynne Conley / a few months ago

Chosen By God Scripture Text: ‘’And thus shalt thou do unto them, to cleanse them: Sprinkle water of purifying upon them, and let them shave all their flesh, and let them wash their clothes, and so make themselves clean’’. (Numbers 8:7 KJV) The Levites were the descendants of Levi, which was one of the twelve […]

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Introduction to The Book of Jonah

By Phyllis Corbin / a few months ago

THE BOOK OF JONAH I. Introduction A. No book of the Bible has been subjected to more scorn and ridicule by the skeptics than the book of Jonah. 1. Yet no book of the Bible is better authenticated than this one. 2. The Lord Jesus Himself vouches for its historicity and literalness. 3. For as […]

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We’ll give this a try…

By Rachel Quam / a few months ago

We’ll give this a try… I really enjoy writing and have had my articles published in different magazines (The Conqueror & IBC Perspectives). I thought I would try posting some articles and/or blogs on here and see what the response was. Hopefully, something I post will be a help to someone. I believe that God gives […]

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I am gonna let my little light shine

By Debra Jones / a few months ago

When storms rage, it is often my experience,  that they are very hard to figure out, comparing to events that are really going on with your life. I have written about my storms, being in a boat tossed about holding onto my life jacket, going through betrayal, suffering, sickness, losing relationships, being shunned, talked about, […]