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“Both read the same Bible and pray to the same God, and each invokes His aid against the other. It may seem strange that any men should dare to ask

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Last week was a hard week for our nation. I haven’t sat watching the news fighting tears swelling in my eyes since Hurricane Katrina. But, in that case, my tears

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The girth of our gratitude is proportionate to the depth of our perspective. This truth was once again made apparent as I visited with my 87-year-old mother, prior to this

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Yesterday, our Pastor preached a Thanksgiving message that relied heavily on the nostalgia of family holidays. I can certainly relate to that. As a child, holidays were a wonderful time.

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“The unfolding of the bare human soul: that is what interests me.” ~Bruce Lee That is easily one of my top 10 favorite quotes. I am a long-time supporter of

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Recently, I had the opportunity to lead a Bible study with a group of college students on Indigenous Peoples Day. That day seemed to be an excellent day to study

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Never Forget. As I write this, an estimated 5.3 million posts have used the #memorialday tag on Instagram alone. As it always follows a Sunday, a quick “Memorial Day sermons”

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Protestant Christians observe two important anniversaries the last week of October. Protestants recognize October 31 as the anniversary of the formal beginning of the Protestant Reformation or Reformations in Europe.

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During the COVID-19 pandemic, there was a lot of talk about freedom in the United States. This was especially true protesters began calling for the government to lift shelter-at-home orders.

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There are few things as detrimental to a person’s faith as a popular minister “falling from grace.” We enjoy putting our favorite preachers on a pedestal, identifying ourselves with their

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The railway forest is changing with the seasons. I recently took a walk through it, now that the bugs have died down enough that I probably won’t get West Nile

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When Bill Withers passed away it was all over Facebook. The top hit of his illustrious career was Lean on Me. It ranked #7 when it was released in 1972, the

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