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I Almost Had An Abortion (Or Several)

By SoShawna Gray / a couple of weeks ago

I Almost Had An Abortion (Or Several) I’ve always been staunchly pro-life; in fact, I don’t think it is ever justifiable to take the life of an unborn child. Each little life is ordained by God, known by God, and is a soul that will live forever. I’ve been to abortion protest rallies and counseled […]


An Un-biased Newspaper?

By Rachel Quam / a few months ago

Most people know and understand that our media is not neutral, and in fact, usually takes a pretty harsh stand against Christians. However, this is over the top. I received this information via email today and I thought it was worth passing along. If any of you subscribe to the below-mentioned newspaper, I would strongly […]


The Office Of A Deacon

By James Thornton / 6 months ago

Office Of A Deacon By James and Mary Lee Thornton In this study, we would like to discuss the Bible plan for Deacons (church board) in the New Testament Church. It means something to be a Deacon: This is because it is one of the four Bible offices mentioned in the New Testament Church. For […]


Pity: Party or Potty?

By Christine Carney / 7 months ago

You know how people pray for the Lord to “open you the windows of heaven, and pour you out a blessing, that there shall not be room enough to receive it”? Yeah, well, THAT has NOT been the prayer du jour for this woman. In fact, quite the opposite: the windows were opened, but, it hasn’t been blessings […]


All About Heaven

By James Thornton / 7 months ago

All About Heaven By: James L. Thornton In this article, we will study about HEAVEN, where it is, its inhabitants, and how to get there. And the certainty of God’s promise of a life beyond the grave, and the rewards that are in store for faithful service as gleaned from Sacred Scripture. HEAVEN: CITY OF […]


The Benefits of Religious Faith

By Tracie Fritcher Johnson / 8 months ago

According to Webster’s New University Dictionary, faith can be defined as a belief not based on logical proof or material evidence. More specifically, religious faith can be described as belief or trust in God. The idea of a greater power is one that lacks physical evidence but is believed by many. People have always questioned what […]



By Phyllis Corbin / 8 months ago

THREE IMPORTANT QUESTIONS 1) Can the KJV be trusted as being the Word of God? 2) Does God really protect AND preserve His Word? 3) Has the light ever gone out, leaving God without a Witness? By: Bobby G. Richardson Despite all of the traditions, doctrines, creeds, articles of faith, theories and statement of beliefs […]


Defining Moments (Part One)

By David Green / 8 months ago

A Defining Moment (Part One) I believe that there are moments in people’s lives that help define who they are and where they end up going. These moments are not many but few. These moments not only impact a person’s life but help to shape that person’s life from that point on. Sometimes they are […]


Jonah – A Type Of Israel

By Phyllis Corbin / 8 months ago

Jonah – A Type Of Israel (Jonah 3:1-2) I. Introduction A. Surprised, stunned and confused, Jonah sat on the shore of the Mediterranean Sea after he had been disgorged by the fish. 1. What would he do now? It wasn’t long before God would let him know. 2. Notice in our text – no sooner […]


Another Look At Job’s Wife

By James Thornton / 9 months ago

Another Look At Job’s Wife By: James L. Thornton Job 2:9. “Then said his wife unto him, Dost thou still retain thine integrity? curse God, and die. 10. But he said unto her, Thou speakest as one of the foolish women speaketh. What? shall we receive good at the hand of God, and shall we […]

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