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June 14, 2017

The Intersection of Faith, Family and Freedom

Author: Rebecca Hagelin

As a Christian and an across-the-board conservative author, I write about a variety of topics: economic freedom, national security, international relations and social issues. My Christian ...

May 24, 2017

Do You Want to Be Healed?

Author: Dr. Tim Clinton

38 years in a bed. Next to a pool. Sounds relaxing, doesn’t it? But as we read on, the story says the man was alone and horribly crippled. Probably twisted feet, pencil thin legs and ...

April 27, 2017

How to spiritually re-calibrate

The apostle Paul was always one to use sports analogies when describing spiritual realities. That’s because many of the struggles athletes face in the heat of competition are a lot like the ...

April 05, 2017

What Example Are You Setting For Your Children?

Unlikely as it sounds, I made the decision to become a Christian at three years of age. I remember the occasion clearly. I was attending a Sunday evening church service and was sitting near ...

February 14, 2017

When the truth hurts

A high-school golfer named Chelsee Richard was competing in a qualifying round for the state finals. On the second hole, she hit her tee shot into the rough. Then, without realizing it, she ...

February 02, 2017

How to handle disagreements among the Body

Veteran American League baseball umpire Bill Guthrie was working behind the plate one afternoon, and the catcher for the visiting team was repeatedly protesting his calls. Guthrie endured ...

December 06, 2016

The priceless value of the gospel you carry

One foggy night in London many years ago, a poor man shuffled into a quaint little music shop on the edge of town. Under his right arm, he held an old violin in terrible condition. “My good ...

September 09, 2015

Exhausted? 5 Lies That Keep You from Real Rest

The past few months had been a whirlwind of activity—working copious overtime hours, writing another book, leading a weekly Bible study and other obligations—and tension was taking its t