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    Repentance, The Way In, Out, and Back.

    Repentance, The Way In, Out, and Back.

    By Rick Ferguson | July 19, 2024

    As a new, young, and immature Christian I did not hear a lot about repentance. I heard much about confessing…

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    A Diamond in the Rough – How to Skillfully Write a Trade Book about a Leadership Topic

    A Diamond in the Rough – How to Skillfully Write a Trade Book about a Leadership Topic

    By Janet Garcia | June 7, 2024

    In 1949, in the Broadway production of “Gentlemen Prefer Blondes,” Carol Channing originally released a jazz song called “Diamonds Are a Girl’s Best Friend.” Later, Diamonds Are a Girl’s Best Friend” was popularized by this same 1949 song sung by Marilyn Monroe in the film “Gentlemen Prefer Blondes”. 1 What…

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    FAITH

    Repentance, The Way In, Out, and Back.

    Repentance, The Way In, Out, and Back.

    By Rick Ferguson | July 19, 2024

    As a new, young, and immature Christian I did not hear a lot about repentance. I heard much about confessing sins and remember saying “I’m sorry” a lot in my prayer time. When I did begin to hear of repentance, I would shy away, never understanding its importance. Growing some…

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    Honor Your Father

    Honor Your Father

    By Debra Gaskill | March 4, 2024

    Little did my dad know that within a couple of years after his college graduation a daughter would be born, and he would have a grand influence on her life. I didn’t idolize a rock star, popular actor, or world leader when I was growing up. My hero was, and…

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    The Constitution and The Rule of Law

    The Constitution and The Rule of Law

    By Mark E. Guy | July 17, 2024

    We are approaching the 2024 Presidential election. Although we have seen it over the years become progressively worse, the last four years has amplified Marxist ideological theological political positions, corrupt ethics and the destruction of righteous morality that drives the left. All of which inculcate the minds of the masses…

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