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A Wing And A Prayer; Then Came A Savior

By Susan Niswonger / last year

A Wing And A Prayer; Then Came A Savior This week we witnessed a “Miracle on the Hudson.”  Soon after takeoff, a flock of geese flew into the engines of a jet.  Both engines were taken out and the pilot had to make an emergency landing.  As the facts began to come in, we learned […]

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Three Strikes – You’re Out; Six Strikes – Total Victory

By Susan Niswonger / last year

Have you ever tried and failed; heard that “three times is a charm,” and it wasn’t; been told, “Three strikes you’re out” and believed it?  If any of these statements apply to a situation in your life, it is a situation with which you are still struggling, but probably have given up on ever experiencing […]

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The Needful Thing

By Sheri Boulet / last year

Luke 10:38-42 tells of two very different sisters, Martha and Mary. “Now it came to pass, as they went, that he entered into a certain village: and a certain woman named Martha received him into her house. And she had a sister called Mary, which also sat at Jesus’ feet, and heard his word. But […]

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Identity Crisis

By Sheri Boulet / last year

Identity Crisis For so many years I lived the life of Mary. My thoughts, my actions reflected my praise for Him. But, somehow over the last couple of years, it seems like Mary has been disappearing from my life. She has been replaced by commitment and demands. She has been overtaken by dirty floors and […]

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A Word For God’s Young People

By Daniel Elmore / last year

First and foremost, this wicked and sinful generation needs a group young people that are on fire for God. We as Apostolic Pentecostal Young People must commit everything to God. We are the Church of tomorrow, so we can’t sit around and dabble in the world, thinking that there won’t be a major consequence. This […]

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I Think I Am A Valley Girl

By Susan Niswonger / last year

I Think I Am A Valley Girl Do you know or are you one of the people who can’t wait for the next thrill?  For the most part, you feel that life is boring and you would be happier if you could live in Disney World and ride the roller coaster every day.  I DO […]

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Be Still And Know

By Sheri Boulet / last year

I am having a hard time slowing down my mind. Possibilities both good and bad seem to forever be swishing around in my brain. Someone told me that I shouldn’t worry about what is going to happen, I should just wait and see. That sounds good in theory, but when life waits with you it […]

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One Lost Sheep

By James Thornton / last year

One Lost Sheep Introduction: Luke 15:1 “Then drew near unto him all the publicans and sinners for to hear him. 2 And the Pharisees and scribes murmured, saying, This man receiveth sinners, and eateth with them.”  This chapter (Luke 15) has been called God’s Lost and Found Department. In these 32 verses, Jesus uses no […]

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“Crazy” Pentecostal

By Virginia Fields / last year

“Crazy” Pentecostal I was at work the other day talking with one of my employees about her trip to the zoo with her boyfriend and his mom. She says, “We walked by a group of women with skirts and long hair and Matt said, ‘Those must be those crazy Pentecostal people!’” I had to laugh. I […]

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Psalms 61:1-4

By Holly Settles / last year

On Sunday morning, a sermon was preached using this scripture text. I felt Holy Ghost goosebumps as I read along with the minister, and began to hear his sermon unfold. Our service had started off “with a bang”, and we began our morning worship with songs of jubilee, & with a shout in our step. […]

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