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    The USA Was Destroyed in the Middle of the Night

    By Jack Watts | November 11, 2020

    Part of my calling, a very large part, is articulating a Conservative Christian perspective to events important to the American…

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    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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    How Long

    By Debby Davis | November 9, 2020

    “How many times, Lord?” The young woman rocked back and forth while her whole body trembled. “I don’t know how much more I can take. Lord, you are a good God. Even in my sorrow, I trust you.” She closed her eyes, and silent tears ran like rivers down her…

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    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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    The USA Was Destroyed in the Middle of the Night

    By Jack Watts | November 11, 2020

    Part of my calling, a very large part, is articulating a Conservative Christian perspective to events important to the American people. I do this routinely and have been for a number of years. I believe in the sovereignty of Almighty God, American Exceptionalism and the Judeo-Christian Ethic. I believe in…

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    The USA Was Destroyed in the Middle of the Night

    By Jack Watts | November 11, 2020

    Part of my calling, a very large part, is articulating a Conservative Christian perspective to events important to the American people. I do this routinely and have been for a number of years. I believe in the sovereignty of Almighty God, American Exceptionalism and the Judeo-Christian Ethic. I believe in them heart and soul. I…

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    By Debby Davis | November 9, 2020

    “How many times, Lord?” The young woman rocked back and forth while her whole body trembled. “I don’t know how much more I can take. Lord, you are a good God. Even in my sorrow, I trust you.” She closed her eyes, and silent tears ran like rivers down her cheeks. Her resolve to trust…

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    By Janet Garcia | November 2, 2020

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    By Robin Alcala | October 30, 2020

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    Load Up the Camels

    By Debby Davis | October 23, 2020

     “Come on, everyone. Get those bags packed. We don’t have all day, you know. I want to get as far as we can before the sun goes down.” Lifting bales of hay and throwing them in the wagon, the man smiled. Even though he had sprinkles of grey in his beard, the sparkle in his…