Month: August 2019

Together Again!

Back in 1954, 17-year-old Martha Ingham was attending Jeffersonville High School in Indiana when, in tears, she discovered that she had lost her purse.  That was 65 years ago. Recently, demolition crews were tearing apart the dilapidated old high school when they discovered an old purse with Martha’s ID inside. So they turned to social

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And the books!  (2 Tim. 4:13)

Dear fellow preacher, Many years ago, I heard it said, “You can’t be a Leader if you’re not a Reader,” and over the years, I’ve learned more about this truth. The fact is, no one preacher knows it all.  Period. You and I need to keep reading articles that will help us to be better

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God Looks After His Own

Used with permission “God looks after His own.” This tremendous truth keeps coming back to me as God shows His grace and mercy daily. As we read our Bible every day, God shows us in His Word His power and love to His people. One great example that we can find in the Bible, is

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Asking for Forgiveness

Used with permission There are times in our lives when it is hard to ask forgiveness from someone, for something we have done wrong. There is a feeling of shame and fear of admitting that we committed sin against our neighbour. Additionally, we have the tendency to avoid the feeling of guilt because we don’t

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Now What’s Wrong with My Clock?

We have a digital clock by our bedside that projects the time onto the ceiling. A couple of weeks ago, early Tuesday morning, I woke up and sat on the edge of the bed and looked up at the ceiling to see what time it was. The time on the ceiling read 95:21. (photo) I

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