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Enemies, Both Foreign & Domestic

By Susan Niswonger / 6 days ago

Today is July 4th, a wonderful holiday in the United States.  Most people will celebrate it with cookouts and fireworks, watermelon and ice cream.  It’s Independence Day!!!!  As American’s, we fiercely defend our freedoms.  We fence our yards, defend our rights in the highest courts and shed blood on foreign soil to preserve the freedom […]

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The Door Was Open, But You Didn’t Respond!

By Susan Niswonger / a couple of weeks ago

The Door Was Open, But You Didn’t Respond!   Last Saturday was one of those rare Michigan November days.  The temperature hit the mid-sixties, t-shirts were the clothing of choice and although screens have been traded for glass, I just had to leave the door wide open to enjoy the sun.  A friend dropped by […]

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Grandmotherly Religion

By James Thornton / a couple of weeks ago

Grandmotherly Religion 2 Timothy 1:5. “When I call to remembrance the unfeigned faith that is in thee (Timothy), which dwelt first in thy grandmother Lois, and thy mother Eunice; and I am persuaded that in thee also.” After a personal greeting to Timothy, Paul addresses the quality and origin of his faith in the Lord, […]

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Magnify the Lord

By Don Doran / last month

Good last day of the work week morning. I am at that awkward age of man when all of your friends wear magnifiers. I personally have to take may glasses off to read, however, my wife and many others I know put on glasses to magnify the print so they are able to read it. I noticed the other […]

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Have We Forgotten About Intimacy?

By Sharon Hebert / last month

…..I began to travail only two days after receiving the baptism of the Holy Ghost. . . I thought something was wrong with me. . . I’d never heard anyone do what I had just done. . . I mean for 30 minutes or so I groaned & wailed loudly in the privacy of my […]

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Welcome to the 21st Century!!

By Sheri Boulet / last month

My family and I took a much needed break from reality this past weekend. We slipped away in our motor home that has seen very little activity of late and went to the beach. It was so beautiful there. The beaches were white and the water was so clear. As usual our *apostolicness* turned some […]

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Glimpses Of Glory

By Sheri Boulet / a couple of months ago

I ventured out to Wal-Mart late this afternoon. Not one of my favorite things on a Saturday, but of necessity, I had to brave it. I raced around trying to complete my shopping in record time and flee the masses. After I completed checking out I headed for the exit. It was flooding! The alcove […]

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So Are The Days Of Our Lives

By Sheri Boulet / a couple of months ago

Time is a funny thing….. When you are a kid it seems like time passes so slowly….creeping away. I can remember anytime I was anticipating anything, the last day of school, my birthday, the holidays…a date…time did not even seem to move. Waiting….waiting….waiting………dreaming of being all grown up and able to come and go as […]

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Lacking and Slacking on Elders

By Steven Lewis / a few months ago

The Bible uses Elders on a constant basis to raise up the next generation whether bad or good.  Even Moses recognized elders out of respect not because he was subject to them in spirit but because an elder is worthy of the respect. When his Father-in-law Jethro who was not a Jew made statements to help […]

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Nobody’s Home

By Sheri Boulet / a few months ago

I was driving in the country yesterday. I have to admit I have always loved the rural south. Even as a young girl coming here just for a visit, I was always fascinated by the country side. I can remember one of my desires was to just drive the state and document the old abandoned […]

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