The Bible Way

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There are a lot of things that DIVIDE us today. It’s sad, but it’s true. Allow me to spend a little time sharing some of my thoughts. You see, I grew up in an environment that some would think quite strange in our modern world. Some would feel I was deprived and that I really […]

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Christmas not as the World Celebrates

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The old traditional Christmas carol says, “‘Tis the Season to be Jolly.” The entire song of Deck the Halls speaks of much merriment and celebration without ever stating the reason for all the singing and joy. All are invited to join in the chorus even if the weather turns bad. Another song says, “It’s the […]

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SCOTUS and the Church

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With the landmark decision by an increasingly liberal Supreme Court our nation received what was basically expected by the majority of us yesterday — a ruling in favor of homosexual “marriage” nationwide.  What happened yesterday was a direct assault on the Constitution of the United States, and a slap in the face of State’s rights. […]

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A Musing of the Resurrection

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Ever wonder why Jesus chose to appear first to a woman named Mary Magdalene after His glorious resurrection from the dead?  I’m sure there may be plenty speculation, but several things come to mind. ALL of His disciples had fled on the night of His betrayal and arrest.  Peter said he would die with Him, […]

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Pastor Appreciation

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We enjoyed surprising our Pastor and his wife with an appreciation service on October 12th. There were many testimonies given by church members and letters read from several around the globe by individuals who had been influenced by the ministry and testimony of Rev. Michael Johnson and his wife, Anita Johnson. Rev. Kevin Lloyd and […]

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Beautiful Feminism

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Womanhood has been cheapened in our society. The equal rights movement advanced by ungodly feminists has done a great injustice to women of every class and race. This hellish crusadepushed the extremes equality and pulled women out of the safe confines of home and into the open and vulnerable streets of the workplace. The sweet, feminine spirit which is ofimmeasurable value has been […]

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Under Construction

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As a result of the harsh winter, with its mountains of snow and frigid temperatures, our church building has gone under quite a bit of demolition and construction. We enjoyed approximately 30 minutes of worshiping together in our church before the freezing cold took a toll on our pipes. Unknown to everyone who sought shelter […]

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A Blessed Hope

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New Year’s Day is really no different than any other day.  The clock keeps ticking through the night, and the sun rises as expected –right on time.  We change a page on the calendar, and life goes on.  However some face each New Year with fear…fear of the unknown.  The list of fears, or phobias, that people […]

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My Resolve

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“My Resolve”   As each day dawns I often pause to think of days now past. From childhood on through later years Oh, how they’ve gone so fast. I’ve no time now to turn around, My life speeds quickly on. While in the face of reality It’s clear ’twill soon be gone. I must resolve […]

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Under God

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The prophets, Isaiah and Jeremiah, were not known for simply going with the flow.  These men of God made a bold stand against the wickedness and corruption of their day.  Sure, they suffered the consequences of their actions, but in light of eternity they also reaped the eternal rewards for their faithfulness.   As we approach […]

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