Monthly Archives: May 2009

Five Stages Toward Making Worship a Habit


  Five Stages Toward Making Worship a Habit Cherry Pedrick "I can’t make it to the services because of my work schedule … well maybe sometimes, but I can’t go on Sundays." "I get up early all week; Sunday’s the … Continue reading

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Offerings aplenty in the Restaurant of Grace


  Offerings aplenty in the Restaurant of Grace Charles R. Swindoll   Please read  Psalm 51. Life is like a menu in the “Grace Restaurant.” In this new establishment, you are free to choose whatever you want. But whatever you … Continue reading

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Don’t Forget the Name of This Holiday


  Don’t Forget the Name of This Holiday David Burchett   When I was a child the Memorial Day holiday had an alternate name. Many of my relatives still called it “Decoration Day” because part of the day was devoted … Continue reading

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Life in Abundance: What Does it Really Mean?


5/21/09       Life in Abundance: What Does it Really Mean? Eva Marie Everson   It was summer of 2000 and my first book was about to be released at the CBA international retailer’s show. That particular year the … Continue reading

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The Praying Church: What If…


  The Praying Church: What If… Dr. Ray Pritchard   Years ago I read a book by Charlie Shedd called The Exciting Church: Where People Really Pray. I have forgotten everything in the book except the story of a young … Continue reading

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Our Message in Ministry


Bob Hoekstra   Our Message in Ministry Lest the light of the gospel of the glory of Christ, who is the image of God, should shine on them. For we do not preach ourselves, but Christ Jesus the Lord, and … Continue reading

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Why Waiting is Really Trusting


  Why Waiting is Really Trusting Daniel Darling Nobody hates waiting more than I do. At Wal-mart, I use the self-checkout, because there is usually no line. Unless, of course, I commit the unpardonable crime of putting the bread on … Continue reading

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