Whose Slave Are You?

Slavery has been a part of human society and in different cultures for thousands of years.  We readily recall the enslavement  of Israel in Egypt, and how God used Moses to deliver them out of bondage. Then there was the infamous Trans-Atlantic slave trade and the extreme hardship when thousands of Africans and their descendants […]

You Can Have Real Peace

January 20, 2011 by  
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Our society talks, sings and writes about peace, but has so little of it. It’s as if we live in a dream world, and to affirm this dream, a well known biblical phrase is heralded across the airwaves and from Church pulpits at Christmas. I’m sure you know the phrase: “Glory to God in the […]

God’s Diamond in the Rough

August 21, 2010 by  
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Have you ever known an individual who on the surface seemed shy, modest, and ordinary, but behind it all was the most loving, gracious person you’ve ever met? They abound in exceptional talent and good works; yet, they are your typical unsung hero. They rise to the occasion in a time of need and shine […]

Camp Moses and Camp Jesus

March 3, 2009 by  
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Christianity, like so many things in this world, suffers from the disease of “either/or”. You must take a stand either on the side of law or grace, but never both. In support of this dichotomy many quote John 1:17: “For the law was given through Moses, but grace and truth came through Jesus Christ.” As […]

Breaking the Chains of Depression

December 5, 2008 by  
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Many people experience feelings of depression-ranging from just feeling blue to an ongoing major depressive disorder. The World Health Organization reports that over 121 million people worldwide are affected by depression, most of them in North America and Europe. Depression, a disorder that affects both the mind and body, is characterized by a variety of […]

Storm Troopers

December 31, 2007 by  
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There are many references in the New Testament of conditions described as warfare, the need for armour, and appeals to be a Christian soldier. We hear about battles and warnings not to let anyone steal your crown for the coming reward of immortality and rulership. So, some say it’s no wonder Jesus mentioned, “the violent […]

Grow Anywhere

April 1, 2007 by  
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The study of nature is truly fascinating, especially the study of plants. It’s particularly intriguing to see plants growing under some of the harshest conditions of cold or heat and in some of the most unusual places. Some survive in the cracks of concrete pavement, on bare rock, or way above the ground on high-tension […]

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