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Abortion: Promote Deliverance, Not Debate

Abortion: Promote Deliverance, Not Debate

Satan’s primary work is to promote confusion, deception and division. Christians have been called to be salt and light, to boldly and lovingly instruct God’s truth to the deceived so restoration can occur. Abortion is a counterfeit scheme rooted in convenience and deception. According to independent news agency LifeNews.com, more than 57 million abortions have […]

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Looking for a Credible Witness

Looking for a Credible Witness

Those responding to this ad must be able to answer with a yield to the Holy Spirit and a yes to His will for your life. Applications accepted all day, every day. Only serious applicants need apply. Help Wanted Calling all those willing to work. Training provided for those chosen. This is a salaried position. […]

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Marcus Gill and His Single God Life

Marcus Gill and His Single God Life

Marcus Gill is one of the most energetic, genuine, and consistent persons that I’ve met in a long time. He is focused to a fault. And every time I speak with him, I hear this scripture ringing in my ears. “And your young men shall see visions,” (Acts 2:17). A visionary with a passion for […]

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The Moral Code

The Moral Code

It is a well-known fact that if you hammer away at an object long enough, it will eventually cave in. Force causes compromise when applied repeatedly. This truth is not only evident in the fundamental laws of physics, but it is also clearly visible in our society today. There was a time, not so long […]

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Training Wills

Training Wills

A wise man once told me that “everything in life needs to be trained.” As I’ve matured, it has become evident that his words were cloaked in wisdom. Just like children, adults need to be trained as well. That’s right, men and women should be trained. Now before you jump on my back, let me […]

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Don’t Be a Product of Your Time

Don’t Be a Product of Your Time

They want what you have. You want what they have. Most people think they’re missing out on something if they don’t have “it.” “It” can be the new car, house, material possessions, relationship status, a particular socioeconomic status, celebrity, etc. Few believe that God has them exactly where they’re supposed to be with exactly what […]

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Who’s Representing for Our Youth?

Who’s Representing for Our Youth?

At gatherings, water coolers and think tanks all across this country, there are intense debates about what to do or better yet how to handle what appears with the natural eye to be a downward spiral amongst today’s youth. If one were to look at the statistics alone, it would be easy to get discouraged […]

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Unity, Pentecost & the Coming Revival

Unity, Pentecost & the Coming Revival

And being assembled together with them, He commanded them not to depart from Jerusalem, but to wait for the Promise of the Father, “which,” He said,“you have heard from Me; for John truly baptized with water, but you shall be baptized with the Holy Spirit not many days from now.” Therefore, when they had come […]

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Make Room for the Millennials

Make Room for the Millennials

Leave your big hat on the shelf. No suit or tie required. Where we are going is nothing like the pictures of “old school church” you see posted for throw-back Thursday. This is the new day of the millennials. These worshippers don’t “church” like Baby Boomers and Generation X. So, they need us to move […]

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The Blame Game

The Blame Game

Whenever calamity strikes, it is a common practice for people to search for a scapegoat, somebody to pin the blame on. No matter the situation, someone is usually singled out as the responsible party. It appears that by identifying a culprit in every tragedy, we are rewarded with a sense of comfort on some emotional […]

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Are You a Compelling Witness?

Are You a Compelling Witness?

Our world offers no peace. Violence, hatred, heartlessness, and Christians persecuted, followed by a campaign of deceptions and injustices on every level. Regretfully, some people live in a normalcy bias by underestimating the crisis. They justify the horrific events as simply “a sign of the times.” They stick their head in the sand in hopes […]

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How I Am Learning to Become a Good Father

How I Am Learning to Become a Good Father

I really want to become a good father. In fact, this is one of the earliest desires that I’ve had. I did not have a good role model in my household; my father was selfish, angry, and abusive. I was five when we (my mother, three sisters, and I) ran away from him, so as […]

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