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Are We Really Free?

March 5, 2014 by

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I watched a movie recently about slavery and all of it’s brutality. There were parts of the movie that were very hard to watch. The cruelty one human being would inflict on another is mindboggling. The beatings and harsh living conditions that slaves throughout the centuries have had to endure got me wondering about my […]

Why God became Man

December 6, 2013 by

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Everything in the universe is created of positive and negative forces which balance each other. Atoms, electricity, gravity l involve by opposing forces. Perhaps you have heard it said many times that it sounds like a cliché, “opposites attract and likes repel each other.” This fundamental principle of charged interactions can be found throughout the universe. […]

Sharing Christ with Others

May 1, 2013 by

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We live in a country with almost unlimited Christian resources. There seems to be a church on every corner. Christian schools, bookstores, radio stations and opportunities for every walk of life. However, the Christian faith is losing ground every single day. Our churches are dying, our stores are closing and countless opportunities go unclaimed because  […]

Why Do We Suffer

April 30, 2013 by

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Candace was a healthy 8 year who loved playing sports. She was very competitive and generally gave the boys a fit. I called her my little tom boy. She came home one afternoon complaining of a stomachache. We didn’t pay much attention to it until she complained about it for 3 or 4 days straight. […]

Can We Trust the Bible?

January 29, 2012 by

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There has always been a battle for the Bible. Church history is plagued with deviant views on the topic.1 Can we trust the Bible?  Ever since the Bible was written its authority has been questioned and oftentimes cast aside.  It seems that every time the Bible is discussed in the news, movies, TV shows, and […]

A Case for a New Beginning

January 11, 2012 by

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There is a cliff side fortress in Israel called Masada. It was inhabited  two thousand years ago by Jewish zealots trying to evade the Roman Legions that had attacked and destroyed the rest of Israel in 70 a.d. Masada is a rugged plateau 1,300 feet above the valley floor on the east side and 300 […]