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Thursday, 05 July 2012 13:40

Resources for a RIGHTeous Life

As the designer of our bodies and minds and the entire creation, God gives us a way to live that works “rightly.” We call it a righteous life.

Published in Articles
Thursday, 05 July 2012 13:39

Daily Forgiving

Is there someone you know who makes your heart beat faster, your breath shorter, your throat tighter or your stomach more acidic every time you see or think of them? If so, there is a very good chance that you have been offended and have not granted that person forgiveness.

Published in Counselors Corner

Remember when teenagers plastered their walls with poster art? One amusing poster depicted a wide-eyed, desperate cat barely hanging from a high bar by its claws. The caption read, “Hang in there, baby.” Yeah, right.

Published in Articles
Thursday, 05 July 2012 13:03

Celebrating American Independence

Imagine this – a nation founded on the principles of the Bible, where God’s heart is expressed in the laws and conduct of the people. What an amazing system of government and an atmosphere of goodness that could be! Now, consider these words:

Published in Bob Crittendon
Thursday, 05 July 2012 13:01

July Vacation Bible Schools

Published in Articles
Thursday, 05 July 2012 12:58

Guidelines for Giving

Question: My husband and I are debt-free, and we have $100,000 saved. We like to give, rather than loan, money to family members if they’re having financial problems. Can you give us some advice on how to establish giving guidelines?

Published in Dave Ramsey Says
Thursday, 05 July 2012 12:57

Stephen and the Stiffnecks

I’ve been working through Acts and recently came to the text concerning the arrest and martyrdom of Stephen (Acts 6:13-7:42).Stephen is arrested by a mob and brought before the council under the same charges that Jesus was accused of; blasphemy of Moses through alteration of the law and blasphemy towards God through hostility towards the Temple (Acts 6:13-14). While Stephen is on trial, he quickly turns the tables on his prosecutors. He begins by addressing them with respectful terms like “brothers and fathers,” but by the end of his address, he calls them “stiff-necked” and “uncircumcised.”

Published in Pastor's Perspective
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