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Prays Together: The Honest Scientist Is a Humble One

By David Ward Miller  What is our universe made of? When I attended Biola University several decades ago, I was taught in physical science what every college text book taught – the universe was made up almost entirely of atoms. That theory has changed big time.  Here is the present thinking by astronomers of what […]

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Creed Screed: Doing Worship

By Paul Leavens  What is in the middle of church? “U-R.” If “U-R” is not in ch-ch it is incomplete. We cannot have church without “U.” If something is missing maybe it’s because “U-R” not where “U-R” supposed to be.  Open your mind, I am not talking about attending. We say that we attend worship. […]

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Mother’s Day Has a Fascinating History

By Paul Leavens While versions of the holiday existed in the 19th century, the modern Mother’s Day originated in 1908 when Anna Jarvis held a memorial for her mother at her church in Grafton, West Virginia. Jarvis’s mother, Ann, was a Civil War peace activist who tirelessly nursed Northern and Southern soldiers. (Ann Jarvis had […]

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Remember Your Story

By Michael Guzman Our families were pioneers. The earliest settlers to this area saw a fertile valley and dreamed of cities and industry where there were none. Later immigrants were drawn by the promise of work and a better life in the thriving agricultural industry. More recent newcomers are attracted to our city’s small town […]

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Forgiveness

By Paul Leavens After speaking about God’s . forgiveness at a small church in Munich in 1947, Corrie ten Boom saw a balding, heavyset man approaching her. She recognized his face immediately.  Ten Boom was imprisoned in Ravensbruck concentration camp during World War “ after the Nazis discovered she and her family were hiding . […]

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Creed Screed: Saved by the Blood of an Overcomer

By Paul Leavens Louis Pasteur’s co-worker in the demonstration of what used to be called the “germ-theory” was Dr. Felix Ruh, a Jewish doctor in Paris. The physician’s granddaughter died of black diphtheria, and Dr. Ruh, vowing that he would find out what killed his granddaughter, locked himself in his laboratory for days. He emerged […]

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