Randy D'Alessandro and his wife, Mary, currently pastor two churches for United Church of God. They are graduates of Ambassador College with BA degrees in Theology. Randy and Mary eagerly look forward to meeting with those interested in a better understanding of God's Word.
A glance at news reports shows a world of increasing trouble and difficult times. Good news can be hard to come by, but the Bible has the best news of all in telling of the answer to the world's problems.
At times we endure trials so difficult we wonder how we'll come through it. The Bible offers two powerful examples of ordinary people placed in extraordinarily difficult circumstances. Both stories show that God will stand right by us when we place Him first.
A recent book is bringing public attention on the seventh-day Sabbath rest. While many agree that a day of rest every week is a good principle, is there more to it than that? See what God and your Bible say about the Sabbath as a day of rest and worship.
The world is full of sickness and disease - both physical and mental and emotional. Though many of mankind's greatest thinkers work daily to combat these illnesses, we are fighting a losing battle against death and disease. Jesus Christ and the healing authority of His Kingdom represent the only true cure for all sicknesses.
Public attention to Casey Anthony's trial has been off the charts, following in the footsteps of other popular, big-name trials, both factual and fictional. The greatest "legal" drama is yet to come for mankind, however.
All too often in our society a public figure faces humiliation after a sinful action comes to light. We regularly hear the phrase, "I take full responsibility for my actions." What does this phrase really mean? Taking responsibility means much more than simply admitting guilt.
A quick glance at the day's top news stories reveals that there is little honor in the activities and trends of the world. Honor is very important to God, however. You can be the exception in today's social climate and live honorably.
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