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The Seven Mountains – The Arts

By Karla Perry | February 26, 2020

“He who loses the arts loses the culture,” wrote Francis Schaeffer. Art carries within it the worldview of the artist. It often communicates in the form of a story or through imagery. Both formats draw upon the senses in a way that circumvents our resistance to the worldview being communicated. 

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The Seven Mountains – Business

By Karla Perry | February 18, 2020

Business is the economic engine of the nation. Much is being written on this subject as ministry is expanding into the marketplace. Business, in the context of seven mountains or discipleship of nations, is not new territory for evangelism, but a forgotten territory for discipleship.

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FAITH

Perspective Reflections!

By Janet Garcia | January 3, 2020

Perspective Reflections! Today, I want to ask you to reflect positively on your life. I know there are probably some negatives sprinkled in there. I am an optimist so I hope your year was positive like mine.   No resolutions!   What will you do? What will you desire to…

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The Seven Mountains – Family

By Karla Perry | January 15, 2020

The Seven Mountains – Family Families are the indispensable support to a nation. Healthy families secure a healthy nation, but when a nation’s families break down so does the infrastructure of the nation.   I’ve worked as a paralegal in the field of family law for almost two decades. I…

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GOVERNMENT

The Democrats Are Panicked Over the Election

By Jack Watts | February 20, 2020

Trump has won each attempt to be unseated while the Democrats have suffered one self-inflicted wound after the other. Nothing has worked for them, but their Trump Derangement Syndrome is so intense that they will continue to self-destruct, thinking that this time their effort will work.

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The Seven Mountains – The Arts

By Karla Perry | February 26, 2020

“He who loses the arts loses the culture,” wrote Francis Schaeffer. Art carries within it the worldview of the artist. It often communicates in the form of a story or through imagery. Both formats draw upon the senses in a way that circumvents our resistance to the worldview being communicated. 

The Seven Mountains – Media

By Karla Perry | February 24, 2020

Journalists are speaking to the nation about the nation. The media is to be the guardians of liberty. They are a check and balance upon the powers of government. Journalists are employed to inform the people of whatever must be communicated to an educated citizenry who desires to know.

Benefits of Lifelong Learning

By Brion Connolly | February 20, 2020

Become a Lifelong Learner

Aside from actually performing the work you desire, this is the most important activity you can engage yourself in—learning. Books are a gold mine and wealth of information, highly underrated and at risk of losing significance (if not relevance) in this digital age.

The Democrats Are Panicked Over the Election

By Jack Watts | February 20, 2020

Trump has won each attempt to be unseated while the Democrats have suffered one self-inflicted wound after the other. Nothing has worked for them, but their Trump Derangement Syndrome is so intense that they will continue to self-destruct, thinking that this time their effort will work.

The Seven Mountains – Business

By Karla Perry | February 18, 2020

Business is the economic engine of the nation. Much is being written on this subject as ministry is expanding into the marketplace. Business, in the context of seven mountains or discipleship of nations, is not new territory for evangelism, but a forgotten territory for discipleship.

Democrats: They are About to Implode

By Jack Watts | February 18, 2020

You’ve got to love the irony. The Democrats, the Party who assures us they are ready to lead our great nation, want to save us from the greatest economy America has ever had, save us from having reestablished the strongest military in our nation’s illustrious history, and save us from having the lowest unemployment rate in the past fifty years.

Unleashing the Entrepreneur Within

By Svetlana Papazov | February 12, 2020

By: Svetlana Papazov A Real Life Story I believe that if the church embeds itself in the community as the incarnate love of Christ, it will see those waiting to be reached. The majority of the people in our church startup have joined because of faith and entrepreneurship integration. Terry is a freelance photographer who…

Liberty and Justice for All

By Mike Zadai | February 5, 2020

Liberty and Justice for All “…and liberty cannot be preserved without a general knowledge among the people who have a right from the frame of their nature to knowledge, as their great Creator who does nothing in vain, has given them understanding and a desire to know. But besides this they have a right, an…

The Impeachment Trial Was a Total Sham

By Jack Watts | February 5, 2020

The Impeachment Trial Was a Total Sham Despite everything that has been conjured up to destroy President Trump and the Deplorables who support him, nothing has worked, including the Schumer-Schiff-Sham-Show. Now that this travesty of justice is about to conclude, barring the revelation of some “Hail Mary” false charge by Trump’s accusers, instead of being…