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Praying For Our President

By Susan Niswonger / a couple of months ago

I watched, with pride, the swearing in of our 44th president.  I experienced pride in being a citizen of the greatest country on earth.  Pride in a country that allows each person’s voice to be heard in the form of a vote without coercion and fear.  Pride in the civility of the transfer of power […]


Don’t Make Idol Gods

By James Thornton / a couple of months ago

A Study Of The Ten Commandments: 4. Rule #2, Keep A Clear Vision Of God:    “Don’t Make Idol Gods” Exodus 20:4 “Thou shalt not make unto thee any graven image, or any likeness of any thing that is in heaven above, or that is in the earth beneath, or that is in the water under […]


Good and Bad Intentions

By Lynne Conley / a few months ago

Good and Bad Intentions He fashioneth their hearts alike; he considereth all their works. (Psalms 33:15 KJV) The Eagle is a symbol of power, courage, and majesty. The eagle is the national emblem of the United States of America. It also appears on either the flag or coast arms of Germany, Mexico, and Poland, and […]



By scott phillips / a few months ago

Tophets? I attended an engaging seminar the other day on “The Archeology of the Bible.” It is a 14 week class and I am sure you will see more from this in the future. Below is the application I made in my own mind. I doubt I preach this, however I have been meditating on […]


The Viral Gospel

By Martin Schmaltz / a few months ago

We have entered a transition phase of business marketing and advertising. There is this shift from interruption tactics to a more organic form. The day of mass TV ads, full-page magazine spreads, billboards, radio spots and direct mail seem to waning in effectives. Why? · First, we are so inundated with these ads: we begin […]


I Just Want To Enter The Holy Of Holies

By Susan Niswonger / a few months ago

Standing with the congregation around the Outer Court, one could fill the excitement building, it wouldn’t be long now.  Today was the Day of Atonement.  It was the one day every year when the High Priest would go before the Lord with blood of the sacrifice and the burden of the prior year’s sin would […]


God Revealed

By Phyllis Corbin / a few months ago

GOD REVEALED I think it would be everyone’s desire to know God! In fact, it should be more important to know God than anything else! Because a correct understanding can lead to eternal life! John 17:3; 8:24; It should be more important than to defend a particular view of God, even when that view is […]


If it was wrong in 1850

By Susan Niswonger / 7 months ago

The Bible is very clear in naming the evil and sin that transcends generations and cultures, however, every generation defines evil and sin in their own terms.  Generational and cultural sins usually have to do with new or changing ideas, expression or technology.  We make laws with specific definition and police the vice until the […]


The Big Mistake

By Lynne Conley / 7 months ago

The human body has a lot of pressure points. The pressure point location is where an artery passes over a bone near the surface of the skin. The sighting of the pressure points is a very tender area(s).There are twenty-two principal pressure points, the pressure points are used in first-aid to stop bleeding. When the applied pressure […]


Back From The Ends Of The Earth

By Sheri Boulet / 7 months ago

I could not tell you when the last time was that I took a few days just to do something I enjoy…scratch that…I CAN tell you. We took a 4 day weekend and went to New York with the kids in May and before that it was a year ago when Bobby and I snuck […]

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