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    Being Racist Can Never Stop Racism

    Being Racist Can Never Stop Racism

    By Jack Watts | February 24, 2021

    Grants from Coca Cola paid for my entire Ph.D. program at Emory University years ago, including a sizable stipend, so…

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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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    Locked Out

    Locked Out

    By Debby Davis | February 19, 2021

    Peter walked around the corner of the building.  The doors were locked and the windows securely latched.  He didn’t really think he could get in, but he had to try.  The people inside were stressed to the point of panic.  Obviously they had secured the building.  What he didn’t expect…

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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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    Being Racist Can Never Stop Racism

    Being Racist Can Never Stop Racism

    By Jack Watts | February 24, 2021

    Grants from Coca Cola paid for my entire Ph.D. program at Emory University years ago, including a sizable stipend, so I am personally grateful to them. I always have been, but I must speak out about their new anti-white policies. To try and make people hate who they are is…

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    Got Prayer Burnout?

    Got Prayer Burnout?

    By Debra Gaskill | February 1, 2021

    A couple of years ago a friend asked me to agree with him in prayer about something. At that time the Lord laid four scriptures on my heart to stand on. And although my friend has seen some improvement, things are not where they should be. Last week, his need came up in my spirit…

    God has a Plan

    By Debby Davis | January 29, 2021

    One more day.  Just one more day.  Jake had spent every day the same, working the livestock, and cleaning the barns.  No one could have guessed that he had been counting the days.  However, they had flown by.  Now tomorrow was the big day.  He hadn’t been able to sleep for a week just dreaming…

    Letter to Trump

    By Jack Watts | January 27, 2021

    President Trump: I do not know what the future holds, but I do know how faithful you have been to the American people from day one of your Presidency. When you came into office, your greatest attribute was you were not Hillary Clinton. I knew how bad she would be for our nation, so voting…

    Hey You, GO!

    By Debra Gaskill | January 25, 2021

    Recently I started sharing healing videos on a platform other than Facebook. I realized that my Facebook friends mostly consist of Christians, many ministers, and people of faith. Many of us seem to belong to the same tribe and speak the same spiritual language. But I’ve been amazed once I broke out of just this circle, to find how many people have never even heard of great fathers of the faith like Kenneth Hagin, Lester Sumrall, Charles Capps, Norvel Hayes or even Reinhard Bonnke. That means the message these people carried was not just lost to them, it’s never even been found.

    The Drop

    By Janet Garcia | January 22, 2021

    As we know we are in a spiritual battle in epic proportions. Having served as a United States Marine from the years of 1996-2003, the Lord speaks to me in dreams. At times I receive the interpretations. Several days ago, the Lord woke me up right at 5:55am and He spoke to my spirit, “its…

    Yes, I am in Contempt of Court

    By Jack Watts | January 20, 2021

    I have always loved movies and TV shows that have courtroom scenes as part of the drama. I especially like it when a defense attorney rails about some perceived injustice, only to be admonished by the judge to stop, sit down and be quiet. Banging his gavel, the judge says that the attorney will be…

    The Five Unions of the Horn of Salvation

    By Jim Cucuzza | January 18, 2021

    As we all know, the next harvest is at hand.  The most important question now is:  “What kind of spiritual life will we disciple new Christians to”.   I’m afraid the Lord would find some of us as confused as to what we are to be doing. We can waste our time on noble, but ineffective…

    Ear Popping Adjustments

    By Robin Alcala | January 15, 2021

    Ears popping. Adjustment. Re-alignment.  Have you ever gotten your back re-aligned by a Chiropractor or an adjustment by a Massage Therapist?  Pop. Pop. Pop.  When suddenly one or both ears pop and magically open up.  You thought you were a little out of whack; but the pops and the opening up of your ear gates…

    I Couldn’t Write a Novel This Complex if I Tried

    By Jack Watts | January 13, 2021

    If you follow me and have read some of my recent posts, you have already taken the red pill. This means you see things as they are, not as how they are portrayed to be by the media, or by those who have a vested interest in deceiving you. Nevertheless, as bizarre as things have…