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This Day’s for You

By Gabe Gary Recently my wife and I have been discussing the best way for us to take a Sabbath (A day or time of rest). A few months ago, while working I felt a nudge from God that He was going to give us a Sabbath. I wasn’t sure what that was going to […]

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Letter to the Editor: A Day of God’s Grace

A Day of God’s Grace Dear Editor, It has been almost three months since Easter has come and gone; and yet [the Opinion page piece titled “Resurrection” by Trudy Wischemann, published on April 24, 2019] continues to revisit my thoughts and weighs heavy upon my heart. I realize that she and the paper have provided a mailing […]

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Battle Hymn

By Trudy Wischemann One of the beauties of Independence Day is being taken back to the roots of our country, our nationhood. Last week National Public Radio did a piece on “The Battle Hymn of the Republic,” which led to this reverie. They started with an interview of Tim McGraw, who told of singing the […]

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Are You Blessed?

By Jim Newman Sometimes it seems a bit too easy to grumble and complain about what’s going on in our lives. But wouldn’t it be better if we all just took a little time each day to be more thankful? What if we followed the advice of the old hymn which exhorts us to “count […]

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How Would God Vote?

By Ron Hull Have you ever wondered whether God is a Democrat or Republican? Okay, maybe not in those terms, but which way would God lean if he went into a voting booth? I’ve been looking at some of the evidence in his writings (the Bible), and there doesn’t seem to be an easy answer. […]

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Pearls in the Pews

By Trudy Wischemann This past weekend I found myself telling my washer woman story again to a small congregation in Porterville. I was hoping to find at least a few people who could identify with the redemption of washing a clogged-up hummingbird feeder (not to mention the sin of sloth that left it dirty in […]

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The Bible’s Authority in the Lives of Christians

By Christopher Scott The Bible provides Christians guidance about how to live a Godly life in a fallen and corrupt world. But, why do Christians do this? Why submit not just to God but also to his Word? Here are seven reasons Christians believe the Bible is authoritative and accurate.  It’s breathed out by God. […]

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Distinguishing Truth

By Ian Hodge Fake news is all the rage these days – who do you get your news from, and how do you know it’s reliable? It often seems that what is fake news or not is determined mostly by the agenda of a complaining talking head. Believe it or not, I find help in […]

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