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People Claim Scripture to be Irrelevant for Today

“That part of the Bible just isn’t applicable today.  It’s simply not relevant for this generation!” If you believe that Christ is the same yesterday, today and forever (Hebrews 13:8), then you must believe that His word transcends time.  Unfortunately, too many people see the issues of today as more …

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China Lifts Ban on One Child Policy

The Chinese government has loosened its ‘one child’ policy and allow married Chinese couple to have two children. While many people have speculated that they have had a change of heart, Steven Mosher who is the President of the Population Research Institute says this isn’t accurate. “The regime is backing …

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Princess Cut Movie Finds God In Marriage

Paul Munger brings a wonderful faith-filled movie to the big screen called Princess Cut. Princess Cut brings all sorts of familiar faces with it to the big screen. Well known actor Rusty Martin Sr. from the #1 Movie War Room, Rusty Martin Jr. from the movie Courageous, and Ashley Bratcher …

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Seek Understanding with Truth Not Perspectives

There are many rewards to fellowship with the other church members such as providing for the service of those there, and for those in need when reaching outside of the church. There’s also providing for those who come to the church and have needs in times of great loss, or …

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High School Coach Chastised for Praying

“The U.S. Constitution ties the hands of the federal government and forbids it to interfere in any way whatsoever with the free expression of the Christian religion. In other words… leave Coach Joe Kennedy alone!” reported Fischer Bremerton High School in Washington has grown in attention across the United States, …

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Are You Where God Wants You

Going to work should be a joy, not a chore!  If it is, maybe you need to ask God if you are in the place that He wants you to be in. Sometimes we are in a place of employment for a season, sometimes a reason, and sometimes it’s our …

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