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Prays Together: God’s Inspired Word

By Christopher Scott In the last couple hundred years I am not sure if any part of Christianity has come under more attacks from secular society than the inspiration of Scripture. Non-Christians have questioned the authenticity of God’s Word and many have been vocal and hostile about it. With that said, let’s look at what […]

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Honoring Grandparents

By Ron Hull  Grandparents’ Day is this Sunday (September 9). The first Sunday after Labor Day is one of our lesser known National Holidays and it was declared such in 1978 by President Jimmy Carter. In the proclamation which he signed, the president declared the purpose of the day: “…to honor grandparents, to give grandparents […]

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Transforming My Troublesome Tongue (Part 2)

By Justin Torossian  It’s hard to find a Christian who believes there’s nothing wrong with swearing. But what about slang? Slang is a normal part of every language, and there’s nothing wrong with most of it. For example, we call potatoes “spuds” or ask “What’s up?” However, some slang words carry sexual or other vulgar […]

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Prays Together: That’s Not True! Truth in an Untrustworthy World

By David Welch  While the first digital connection in 1916 was between two locations, the Internet has since exploded into an informational super nova. Unfortunately (and fortunately when considering censorship), this information is pushed unfiltered to computers, news feeds, laptops, and even main stream media sources. Social media, specifically Twitter, has exponentially influenced the spread […]

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Lemon Cove lifts up prayer choir

Celebrant Singers return from 10-day mission in Puerto Rico thanks to the generosity of a small community By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN LEMON COVE – Since 1977 Jon Stemkoski and The Celebrant Singers have conducted musical mission trips in all 50 states, all Canadian Provinces, and to countries worldwide. This Saturday, Aug. 11, they return home from […]

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Prays Together: ‘Life’ versus ‘Choice’, Beyond the Rhetoric

By J. P. Prichard  With the recent nomination of Judge Brett Kavanaugh to replace Justice Anthony Kennedy on the U.S. Supreme Court, the political spotlight of the nation has once again focused on the great, seemingly endless, cultural battle of “Life” versus “Choice.” Activists of all flavors are out in force, and media is flooding […]

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