Does Your Character Speak of Your Christianity?

by Pamela Rose Williams
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No matter what is happening in your life, do people know to whom you belong? Do they look at you and see just another human making it through life? Do you display traits and behavior that point to Christ? Really, does your character speak of your Christianity? If not, make a resolution to change your […]

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How Can A Christian Glorify God At Work?

by Jack Wellman
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How can our work glorify God, even if it’s a job most people don’t even notice? In the Body Even in the Old Testament, God forbid sexual immorality like adultery or having sex outside of marriage. In fact, the penalty was so severe that they were both to be put to death (Lev 20:10), so […]

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Who Was Saint Augustine?

by Jack Wellman
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Here is a look at one of the greatest Christian’s in history, Saint Augustine. Augustine of Hippo Saint Augustine or Augustine of Hippo (354-430), was nothing like a saint when he was young, probably like most of us, but this man is regarded as perhaps the greatest thinker, philosopher and theologian in the first one […]

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Has Christianity Helped Societies?

by Jack Wellman
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Many non-believers criticize Christianity for being bad for society. Is this true? Fallen Society After the fall of mankind in the Garden, Adam and Eve were kicked out because if they had taken from the Tree of Life, they would have been in a perpetual state of sinning while also having eternal life. We can […]

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What Does It Mean to be Not Of This World As a Christian?

by Dr. Michael L. Williams
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Many Christians today are familiar with the phrase, “Not of this world.” It was spoken by Jesus when He was being interrogated by Pontius Pilate just before Jesus was crucified. Unfortunately, many Christians know this phrase from a popular clothing line, but do not understand the theological significance of these words. Because of the this, […]

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Key Differences Between The Christian And Muslim Heaven

by Jack Wellman
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Here are the vast differences that there are between the Christian and the Muslim in regards to what heaven will be like. The God in Heaven One of the greatest differences between what Christian’s know about heaven and the Islamic Paradise, is the God Who will be worshipped. God is radically different for the Christian […]

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Who is the Messiah: A Bible Summary

by Dr. Michael L. Williams
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It is no secret that many people today are Biblically illiterate. Therefore, it is no surprise that many of the terms that are commonly used in Biblical teaching are no longer used as they were originally intended. The word messiah is a perfect example. In today’s common language, the use of the term messiah has […]

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Yankee Reliever Adam Warren Commits to Jesus at a Concert

by Bruce Darnall
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Life can be a roller coaster, at times, in the baseball world. Adam Warren, relief pitcher for the New York Yankees, was traded December, 2015, to the Chicago Cubs. Then recently, here in July ,2016, Warren was traded back to the Yankees, and that does not even count the number of times going up and […]

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Yankee Manager Joe Girardi Thought of Quitting Baseball After His Mother’s Death

by Bruce Darnall

Joe Girardi, manager of the New York Yankees, wrote an essay in third grade about his dream to play baseball for the Chicago Cubs; but after the death of his mother, he almost quit baseball altogether. That is when Girardi took a leap of faith instead. Girardi grew up in a Catholic household in East […]

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Chicago Cubs’ Chris Coghlan’s Coffeehouse Conversation

by Bruce Darnall
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There are various topics of conversations in the coffeehouses around the country and world, but the conversation Chris Coghlan, outfielder and utility player for the Chicago Cubs, had was life changing. Coghlan grew up in a church family and heard the Christian message growing up. He really did not understand the depth of it nor […]

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