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A blog post by Kevin Greer
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Driving is something almost everyone does, and is something everyone can relate to. From our youth we’re fixated with Hot Wheels or Matchbox cars, and then we strive to finally get our driver’s license when we come of age. We spend so much time in our cars that they become part of our identity and an integral piece of our lives. If our car breaks down, we hurry to fix it and secure alternate transportation. Since automobiles are so vital to our lives, what principles should a Christian keep in mind when on the road?

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A blog post by Victor Kubik

As a long-time pastor and administrator, I'm regularly asked to give a few words of advice to young people. Based on my experience over the years, parents often ask me to write success pointers to a graduating son or daughter.

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A blog post by Darris McNeely

The death of Robin Williams is a shock to anyone who loves to laugh. That he died by apparent suicide is a shock to all who love life. That both laughter and life were thought to be loved by one whom we loved is the true tragedy of this incident. Apparently Williams suffered from depression and most of us wouldn’t have known it. We were too busy enjoying his immense talent.

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A blog post by Randy Stiver
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Actor and comedian Robin Williams died this week of apparent suicide. He battled drug addiction most of his life, but for 20 years of his professional life he stayed clean. Not surprisingly, his Academy awards nominations came from his work during those two decades.

He was a funny man—although, like most modern comedians, sometimes he mocked things that ought not be ridiculed, like marriage, family, honor and God. Yet when his humor was clean, he was a master of comic timing and exaggeration, producing stress-reducing laughter for many people in many nations.

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Verse of the Day

Psalms 25:6

Remember, O LORD, thy tender mercies and thy lovingkindnesses; for they have been ever of old.

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Homer2014 said...

The name Easter is already a dead giveaway. It is another name for the fertility moon goddess Ishtar/Ashtoreth/Astarte/Isis. In the Mayan version of this goddess (Ixchel) she holds a rabbit.

I'm still dumbfounded why there are many Christians who still observe this pagan festival of Easter. What does the...

Homer2014 said...

If we trace the origin further, it all traces back to the worship of Baal which is also known as Saturnus. Christmas is directly derived from the Saturnalia festival or the festival of Baal. I don't think it's wise to mix the table of idols and the table of the Lord.

Here's the reference:

"Baal-Chewan or the...

rwp_47 said...

Consider this to be an alternative presentation of "What is the spirit in man".
Based on the bible man is a soul that has a body and a spirit. Matthew:10:28...

BAStrub said...

As I see events falling into place that show me the challenging things people will live through at the end of this age could easily happen in my lifetime, I find myself searching for everything I can find in God's word that would help sustain me through it... in the right frame of mind.
Today, I am processing...

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