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Overflowing with Hope

By / 3 weeks ago

Where I live has been inundated with rain. That hasn’t been the case for the last decade as we suffered through a severe drought. As I type this, I am looking at a creek that is overflowing with swift flowing water. The last time I was here, it was completely dry. Our Christian life seems to be a series of droughts and floods. We go long periods of feeling distant to God and then short periods of being flooded with grace. Did you know God wants you to be overflowing with hope?

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Oil And Scary Scenario

By Jerry Depew / 3 weeks ago

Unless you live on a deserted island, you know by now that the price of gasoline hovers around $4.00 per gallon, and the price of a barrel of oil is in a range of $115 to $145.  Since I worked in the petrochemical for many years, several people have asked me about the cause of […]

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A Pastor’s Call

By Fred Parker / 3 weeks ago

READ: 2 Timothy 4:2-8 The phone rang piercing the silent darkness. In a half-awakened response to this unwelcome intruder I reached for the receiver and with all the concentration I could muster at one thirty-eight in the morning I answered it’s call.“H-e-l-l-o.” I sounded like someone who was still under the influence of some drug. […]

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Are You Ready

By / 3 weeks ago

Have you ever watched one of those doomsday shows? They are usually about people who are preparing for Armageddon to happen and they are storing up all of the supplies and building shelters. They even have a name; “Preppers.” As a Christian, we don’t need to go to this extreme, but we do need to train ourselves to be ready for the end times. Are you ready?

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Green Things

By Nathaniel Richards / 3 weeks ago

Green Things There were the flowers. There were the trees.There was the grass, water, and the soil. But the very soil of this earth had no people, nor any beasts. All that inhabited its plains of soil were the green things. And even the wisest of the trees did not know what its calling was. […]

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3000 Days

By Ginger R / 4 weeks ago

I did the silliest thing tonight. I dug out the old box of mom’s clothes. I don’t even think that anyone else thought to gather any of her clothes. We were all still in that dreamlike state of shock 3000 days ago when she left us. 3000 days later I can finally open that box […]

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” Mind Your Own Business”

By Lynne Conley / 4 weeks ago

‘’ Mind Your Own Business’’ Scripture Text:   But let none of you suffer as a murderer, or as a thief, or as an evildoer, or as a busybody in other men’s matters. (1st Peter 4:15 KJV) We all influence people every day of our lives.  What kind of influence are we having on people? A […]

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What in the World is going on?

By Joey Boneski / 4 weeks ago

I asked myself this question recently while listening to the news on a local radio station. There were reports of wars, robberies, gay marriage, the presidential campaigns and high gas prices. I became frustrated with the lack of an explanation due to time restraints on the radio so I picked up my newspaper in hopes […]

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Discouragement, Confusion, And A Touch Of Loneliness

By James Mitchell / last month

Discouragement, Confusion, and a touch of Loneliness This is just a blog. I’ve not tried to really write a real blog and I’ve more focused my direction of writing to articles about Christian living. I thought I might just vent for a second in a blog. I’m James Mitchell, I’m 22 years old about to […]

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What Are You Living For

By / last month

What gets you out of bed in the morning? Is it your job? Maybe, it’s an obligation like getting the kids ready for school? Have you ever asked yourself what you are living for? If we call ourselves a Christian, the Apostle Paul tells us that whether we live or die, we belong to the Lord.

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