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Summer Retreat 2017

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Truth in Actions 1 John 3:18 My little children, let us not love in word, neither in tongue; but in deed and in truth. Our actions are the evidence of our faith. In order to minister to others, we have to show that we live what we believe. We should be inspired to be active […]

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In today’s society, being politically correct, or “PC”, is touted as all important – often more important than honesty and truth. On the surface, political correctness is sold as being loving toward others so as not to discriminate or offend certain peoples or groups. But is this how it really works? One cannot watch the […]

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Child of God


Can any of us remember a time where there were zero to little racial issues in America? Sure, there may have been times that were better than others but there have always been racial issues in this country. Today, it seems that racial tensions seem to be at an all-time high. I believe political correctness […]

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America Living a Romans 1 Moment

Psalms 33:12 Blessed is the nation whose God is the Lord; and the people whom he hath chosen for his own inheritance. We are far from the days of being a blessed nation by God. Our Founding Fathers built this nation with God and Jesus at the center of it. We praised and thanked God […]

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Roark’s Answer or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love God

“Until you stop hating all this, stop being afraid of it, learn not to notice it.” -spoken by Howard Roark, Ayn Rand’s The Fountainhead Resonant words for me when I, in the eleventh grade, read Ayn Rand’s first major literary success. The Fountainhead was largely motivated by Ayn Rand’s philosophy of objectivism. While I didn’t […]

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Should a Christian be Politically Correct?

First, let’s start with the definition of politically correct. The simple definition of politically correct is agreeing with the idea that people should be careful to not use language or behave in a way that could offend a particular group of people. The full definition is conforming to a belief that language practices which could […]

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Are You Neglecting Your Gifts!

Are you using the gifts that God gave you to benefit His word? In the bible, God says He’s given each of us a gift that we should use to not only serve one another, but to also serve God and His church (1 Peter 4:10)! Are you using the gifts that God has blessed […]

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The truth of God is the one thing that separates God’s people from the rest of the world. The world says that we must find the truth, but the bible tells us that the truth must find us. You see God’s truth is more than just the facts and beliefs that we hold dear. The […]

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The Road to Damascus

“You’ll be going that far to hunt for Christians?’ the High Priest asked. “Why not?” Saul replied. ‘It gets better every time. I’ll go to the ends of the earth to capture these Christians. I’ll be greatly rewarded for it.  You forget that?” Saul of Tarsus was standing before the Jewish High Priest asking for a […]

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I was recently listening to a motivational speaker, and she said something that goes with the Christian struggle. The speaker said, “Any dead fish can float down stream with the current, but it takes a live fish to swim upstream against the current!” Where are you in your Christian life? Are you just going along […]

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