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The Crabapple Tree

By Debby Davis | September 28, 2020

After the funeral, the group of brothers huddled together, whispering. Some were fearful, while others seemed resigned to their fate.…

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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

The Crabapple Tree

By Debby Davis | September 28, 2020

After the funeral, the group of brothers huddled together, whispering. Some were fearful, while others seemed resigned to their fate. Shaking his head, the eldest said, “come, surely there is a way that we can deal with this problem without losing our lives.” So a story was fabricated by them…

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FAMILY

Chasing Shells

By Stephanie Parker | September 25, 2020

As I type this, I am being serenaded by the sounds of the ocean and the breeze flowing through the palm trees.  Our family is on a beach vacation in South Carolina.  I took a glorious walk on the beach this morning.  The second my toes hit the sand, I…

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GOVERNMENT

Replacing RBG Immediately Demonstrates Trump’s Decisive Leadership

By Jack Watts | September 23, 2020

Suddenly, the Democrats are interested in tradition and decorum. Led by Barack Hussein Obama himself, who has cast tradition to the wind by injecting himself into the political fray, something former Presidents have refrained from doing, labeling it inappropriate, America’s first black President says President Trump should wait until the…

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By Debby Davis | September 28, 2020

After the funeral, the group of brothers huddled together, whispering. Some were fearful, while others seemed resigned to their fate. Shaking his head, the eldest said, “come, surely there is a way that we can deal with this problem without losing our lives.” So a story was fabricated by them that reflected their lives of…

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As I type this, I am being serenaded by the sounds of the ocean and the breeze flowing through the palm trees.  Our family is on a beach vacation in South Carolina.  I took a glorious walk on the beach this morning.  The second my toes hit the sand, I was transported to my six-year-old…

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Suddenly, the Democrats are interested in tradition and decorum. Led by Barack Hussein Obama himself, who has cast tradition to the wind by injecting himself into the political fray, something former Presidents have refrained from doing, labeling it inappropriate, America’s first black President says President Trump should wait until the inauguration of the next President…

Behind the Mask

By Debby Davis | September 21, 2020

He was hiding. He had put on a good face, as he encouraged his men. “Fight bravely. You are capable of winning this war. Have courage, men.” He held up his sword and shook his fist. No one noticed his hands as they trembled in fear or saw the truth behind the fierce-looking eyes. The…

Giving Meaning to Life by Pursuing a Meaningful Course

By Stephen Ooko | September 18, 2020

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Biden: An Empty Vessel the Radical Left Can Mold

By Jack Watts | September 16, 2020

When Joe Biden finally left his basement to campaign in Pittsburg the last day of August, it was very instructive. From the moment it became clear he would become the nominee for the Democratic Party until he was actually nominated, many Conservatives thought the Democrats would replace him with someone more formidable. Reasoning that Biden…

Stop Saying Yes, When You Want To Say No

By Debra Gaskill | September 14, 2020

A movie was playing at the local theater and my daughter, April, asked three girls from work if they’d like to go. Two said yes, but Celine said no–without giving any reason. April told me it initially had the sting of rejection, but later she respected Celine for being so candid. Celine had been studying…

Flying Feathers and Fur

By Debby Davis | September 11, 2020

It was quite a day on the Temple Mount. The traders of sheep, oxen, and doves, hearing the news that “The Teacher” would come to the temple, arrived early, setting up their tables, and rigging their scales in their favor. There was great anticipation of the faithful who would pay any price to gain God’s…

Trump’s Accomplishments Have Dwarfed Obama’s

By Jack Watts | September 9, 2020

For the entirety of President Trump’s time in office, we have been deluged with the message that the rest of the world hates us and Trump hasn’t accomplished anything of value. With this level of saturation marketing by the hostile media, it’s not surprising that many people believe Trump’s Presidency has been a failure, but…