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    The Dirt

    By Robin Alcala | October 30, 2020

    The Master distributed talents, to one man ten talents, to another five, then to a third man one talent.   The…

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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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    The Dirt

    By Robin Alcala | October 30, 2020

    The Master distributed talents, to one man ten talents, to another five, then to a third man one talent.   The man with the one talent, went and hid his talent in the ground.  He took his purpose and buried into the soil of disbelief and misbeliefs.  He did nothing with…

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    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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    Connecting the Dots in the Biden’s Pay-to-Play Corruption

    By Jack Watts | October 28, 2020

    As I have pointed out many times over the years, the key to understanding what is really happening in Washington D.C. is to make appropriate linkages. If you can do this by connecting the dots, then you can discern exactly what is happening and why. Having just had an epiphany…

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    By Jack Watts | October 14, 2020

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    By Robin Alcala | October 9, 2020

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    By Jack Watts | October 7, 2020

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    To Whom Have You Been Sent?

    By Debra Gaskill | October 2, 2020

    I’m not going to say it was an audible voice, but when it wakes you up in the middle of the night, it sure seems like it. I heard these words, “For all who are led by the Spirit of God are sons of God.” A familiar Scripture found in Romans 8:14. It got me…