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    The Storyteller’s Daughter Pt. 4 (Ready to Go)

    By Debby Davis | May 7, 2021

    Someplace between the last day of my seventeenth year and the next day, when I turned eighteen, I grew up. …

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    The Second Guessing Syndrome

    By Debra Gaskill | December 11, 2020

    I walked up to the sign-in table of the Children’s Ministry at the mega church I attended–three young children in tow. You had to get your kids signed in early on Sunday morning or the classes might be full. Happy that I was ahead of schedule, I smiled at the…

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    The Storyteller’s Daughter Pt. 4 (Ready to Go)

    By Debby Davis | May 7, 2021

    Someplace between the last day of my seventeenth year and the next day, when I turned eighteen, I grew up.  At least that is the way my dad treated me.  A few days after my eighteenth birthday, I asked him if I should go to music school or Bible school. …

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    When the Walls Fall

    By Debby Davis | December 22, 2020

    “Grandfather, how will I know what to do? You have told me so many times that I am special. But what does that mean? What will I do that is so important?” The old man leaned over and scooped up the tiny girl. She was small, but he could see…

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    Trump’s Ban on Facebook Is “Permanent”

    By Jack Watts | May 5, 2021

    Facebook’s Oversight Board has just announced that former President Donald Trump will remain banned from its platform. This decision, which is a victory for liberals and Progressives, is certain to set the tone for further censorship of political leaders and those of us who express political opinions on Facebook. There…

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    Biden’s “Corrupt Power Grab”

    By Jack Watts | April 14, 2021

    From the time of Marbury v. Madison in 1803, the issue of a free and independent judiciary has been established in the United States. Although often frustrating and irritating, our system of justice has worked well, upholding the Rule of Law consistently and repeatedly for over two centuries. Rarely has it been undermined like it…

    Conquering Chaos

    Conquering Chaos

    By Debra Gaskill | April 12, 2021

    This morning I received a text that said, “I’m stressed. I miss how the world used to be. I can’t handle this chaos.” At that moment, I knew that anything I said would sound cliche. A few hours later I felt led to go to the grocery store. Weird, because I just went yesterday and…

    Accelerated Change is the New-Norm for the Church

    Accelerated Change is the New-Norm for the Church

    By Ron Luce | April 9, 2021

    Imagine you are on the beach.  You can feel the warm sand between your toes.  The gentle waves lull you and lure you to experience their soothing effect on your soul.  The beautiful clear water (must be in the Bahamas) is irresistible and even though you are not a water person compels you to take…

    Retake the USA from Depravity

    By Jack Watts | April 7, 2021

    To a Progressive, everything we say, everything we believe, everything we hold dear and cherish is a lie. Christianity is a lie. The Judeo-Christian Ethic is nothing more than a construct of entitled oppressors to hold down and repress individual expression. There is no right and wrong. It doesn’t exist. There is no North Star…

    The Power Of Transparency

    By Debra Gaskill | April 5, 2021

    It was Friday night–the beginning of a weekend women’s church retreat. What could be better? God. Food that I didn’t have to prepare. A beautiful hotel. It was going to be good. And then the first speaker opened her mouth… She had been the praise and worship leader in her church and fallen in love…

    The Original Fish Story

    By Debby Davis | April 2, 2021

    It was dark and the fires of dinner time had died to a glowing smolder.  Peter had just arrived that afternoon and no one wanted to leave.   A young man in the back stood and said, “Peter, tell us again about the fish.”  He’d told the story the last time he had visited, but…

    Sidney Powell Has a Legitimate Legal Strategy

    By Jack Watts | March 31, 2021

    I want to take a minute to explain my perspective on Sidney Powell’s defense against Dominion Voting System’s $1.3 billion lawsuit against her. Many people have taken her defense at face value, simplistically assuming that since her attorneys have maintained her claims against the Dominion Voting System were outlandish, and “no reasonable person” would take…

    Too Much To Lose

    By Debby Davis | March 26, 2021

    Sometime after midnight, an Arabian wolf could be heard in the distance.  The chickens in the backyards of the various homes scattered about cackling and fluttering at the sound.  Danger was in the wind.  They could feel it. It was foolish for anyone with means to be caught on the dark streets alone at night. …

    How Do We Pray for Joe Biden?

    By Jack Watts | March 24, 2021

    I’ve been very hesitant to write this article. When this happens, it usually means I feel compelled to write something very strong but am apprehensive about doing so. Knowing it needs to be written, however, here goes.   As Christians, we are commanded to pray for our leaders, even the ones we do not like…