Mistakes Are Not Always Bad

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One of the things you can count on in life is making mistakes. Yet many of us look upon mistakes in a negative way. No doubt, mistakes can be harmful, but there are ways in which mistakes can make us better. To begin, let’s take a look at mistakes. Some research shows that 70 percent […]

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Whatever Happened to Goliath’s Sword and Spear?


  When David slew Goliath, he took his armor and put them in his tent (1 Samuel 17:54). The spear shaft was described as being like a weaver’s beam and the spearhead as very heavy (17:7). The sword and spear were obviously impressive—a trophy. When David was fleeing from Saul, he went to the priests […]

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Getting Involved


Throughout this year Infuse will be helping the homeless and we need your help!   Infuse has started making plastic mats for the homeless by re-purposing all those plastic grocery bags that we have laying around. We all have them and now we have found a way to do some good with them. There are three ways you […]

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The Purpose of Life

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The Bible is made up of sixty-six books explaining the whole “Purpose of Life.” It is a sad thing to say, but most people on earth have no idea of the awesome reason why they are here, much less the purpose of it all, even after reading the Bible. Present estimates put the number of […]

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Kingdom Success: Imagine What God Could Do

Through the years I have taken note of my fluid and changing definition of success. When I was a young child, pleasing others seemed to be my goal, and I especially wanted my parent’s approval for the things I did. Their evaluation was the only measuring stick I had. If they were happy with me, […]

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You Need to Set Goals.

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For a Christian, the most important goal that can be attained is entering the kingdom of God (Mathew 6:33). But like any goal, you have to set up a plan that includes specific practices in order to achieve the goal. An old saying states, “A journey of 1,000 miles begins with one step.” In other […]

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Questions & Answers Winter 2003

Q: Why do you quote from the Old Testament in establishing doctrine for Christians? Shouldn’t Christians get their beliefs from the New Testament alone, especially from the epistle of Paul? A: Listen carefully to what the apostle Paul says about the so-called ” Old Testament”: To Timothy, Paul writes, ” and that from childhood you […]

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What I Wish I’d Known Preparing for Practical Ministry

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As I reflect upon my mid- to late-thirties, I remember feeling contentment, maybe even a bit of complacency, about my previous education and experiences. I possessed a nervous confidence that they were enough to sustain me until the return of Jesus Christ. I wish I had known at that time what I now know 10-15 years later: I had actually […]

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Preparing for Baptism

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In the fall of 2011, I attended the Feast of Tabernacles for the first time in several years. I was just planning to visit with my parents, see some friends, and enjoy the fun activities. I had certainly not planned on my whole life changing, but that is what happened. Almost from the first day, […]

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A Mustard Seed of Faith

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  The early church fathers were avid students of the Bible. They drew many lessons from it, which they shared with other Christians, both in their own times and for us today. The present article considers various passages from one of them, Origen, found in various places in his writings, on having faith. Origen was the […]

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