Randy Stiver

Randy Stiver works at the homeoffice of the United Church of God as an assistant to the President and also teaches classes at the Ambassador Bible Center.

 
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cowboy with horses
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Crown of thorns.
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by Randy Stiver

O, the agony of living in a conceptually, if not literally, illiterate age! We so often miss the beauty of language well said or well written because we skim only the wiki.

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Posted February 24, 2014 - Vertical Thought Blog
by Randy Stiver

Welcome to Vertical Thought's new home! Because we’ve changed, you have the opportunity to learn lots more about vertical thinking.

If you're one of our loyal, regular readers for the print edition of VT , we’re especially eager to show you around the website. If you’ve already visited VerticalThought.org, we're very happy to announce that VT' s Christian youth and young adult Web content will dramatically increase in frequency and volume!

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Posted January 9, 2013 - Vertical Thought Blog
by Randy Stiver

If you saw the movie “Lincoln” you may have been impressed by the portrayal of one of America’s best presidents during one of her worst times—the Civil War between the states. What you didn’t see about Abraham Lincoln was his love for the Bible.

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by Randy Stiver

Late at night on May 1 st the news broke of Osama Bin Laden's death at the hands of U.S. Navy Seals. A team of Seals dropped out of the night sky in Pakistan and into the fortress compound that was the hideout of the al-Qaeda terrorist leader. They lifted off in just over a half hour, transporting his dead body after an apparently brief firefight, leaving few other casualties. Reports are that bin Laden was buried at sea to prevent shrines or memorials from being erected at his grave site.

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