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  • Expressions of worship
    Expressions of worship
    When we see people showing affection in public, we can be sure the relationship usually began in private. For many it is difficult to make or accept public displays of affection. It might even be difficult to say I love you in private to the ones...
  • Kentucky clerk jailed against plaintiffs' lawyers' wish not to make her a martyr
    Kentucky clerk jailed against plaintiffs' lawyers' wish not to make her a martyr
    Kim Davis, the county clerk in Kentucky who refuses to issue marriage licences, was taken into custody today on contempt charges. Tuesday, the Kentucky ACLU filed petitions on behalf of four couples (two same-sex and two opposite-sex) who were...
  • Columbia Biblical Studies: Thursday, September 3
    Encourage someone with love and kindness today
    Today’sbible studyisHebrews 3:13: Encourage one another daily, while it is still today; lest any of you be hardened through the deceitfulness of sin.We all tend to encourage others, whether it is a child getting ready for school or doing...
  • The Doctrine of Creation according to the Bible
    The Doctrine of Creation according to the Bible
    It is very important what you believe about Creation according to the Bible. God created the universe to display His glory and it will fulfill the purpose He intended. "The heavens declare the glory of God; and the firmament sheweth his...
  • Mel Gibson is a real Brave Heart that has changed the Christian movie industry
    Mel Gibson is a real Brave Heart that has changed the Christian movie industry
    The Passion of The Christ paves the way for Christian movies. Upon leaving the theater after watching War Room, I realized Mel Gibson is a media changer. Ever since The Passion of the Christ, Christian writers and directors are stepping out and...
  • Where is the Action?
    Where is the Action?
    Just look at today’s newspaper (news-feed or news-alert or your media of choice). The world is not sitting still. An ever-increasing flurry of activity seems to surge in nearly every part of the globe – whether in the horrifying...
  • Columbia Biblical Studies: Wednesday, September 2
    Learning more about a comforting verse from Galatians
    Today’sbible studyisGalatians 3:26-27: For ye are all the children of God by faith in Christ Jesus. For as many of you as have been baptized into Christ have put on Christ.This is undoubtedly a familiar, consoling, strengthening and...
  • Pope Francis
    Pope Francis, Abortion, and Forgiveness
    Pope Francis makes headlines. Easily. It seems like it is always another controversy, anotheredict. It makes some adore him and others hate him. This time it is abortion. Or more precisely, how to handle women who had abortions before and now...
  • The Mission Field
    Spotlight on Ministry: Win Our Nations India
    India is a land of three hundred thirty million gods, where a picture of Jesus may hang next to the Hindu gods Shiva, Vishnu, Radha, and Shakti, and He is simply accepted as just another deity. It is the second most populous country in the world,...
  • Kentucky clerk still refusing to issue marriage licenses or to resign
    Kentucky clerk still refusing to issue marriage licenses or to resign
    Despite orders from a Federal judge, and a dismissal of heremergency application with the Supreme Court, Kim Davis continues to refuse to issue marriage licenses inRowan County, Kentucky.Associated Press reports picked up by the South Bend Tribune...
  • Declaration of Indepence outlines what people's inalienable rights are
    Reflections on how society deals with the mentally ill
    In the wake of two broadcast journalists being gunned down this past week in Roanoke, Virginia, the debate over the treatment of the mentally ill has been reignited. Apparently, Vester Lee Flanagan, the shooter, had a history of erratic behavior....
  • Barack Obama delivering a speech
    Praying for the president: What Christian political engagement should look like
    The apostles taught in the New Testament that Christians should pray for those in positions of authority, both in the church as well as in the government. In 1 Timothy 2:1-2, Paul says, “I urge, then, first of all that requests, prayers,...
  • Living fossils found in the fossil record
    Living fossils found in the fossil record
    Sometimes living animals and plants are found that were thought to have been extinct for millions of years. These are called "living fossils".The dragonfly has been found in the fossil record, but is alive today in many varieties. Some...
  • Columbia Biblical Studies: Tuesday, September 1
    Why are our prayers so often unanswered?
    Today’sbible studyisJames 4:3: Ye ask, and receive not, because ye ask amiss, that ye may consume it upon your lusts.This particular verse has a great deal of bearing on our lives and choices today. Even though the archaic wording of the...
  • clearwinternights
    Believable novel examines a millennial's crisis of faith
    Clear Winter Nights:A Journey into Truth, Doubt, and What Comes Afteris one of those rare books which examine Christianity in a thoughtful way. It is a bit different in that it is touted as “Theology in Story,” and is about a young man...
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