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America, God Shed His Grace on Thee

Posted by admin in January 4th, 2021 | 6 comments 
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SQUANTO. The name is strange, but the story is powerful and miraculous. The Pilgrims landed at Plymouth with no survival skills. They came to the New World for religious freedom–to worship God in Spirit and in Truth. Four hundred years ago, on November 11, 1620, our forefathers and foremothers braved the unknown to forge a […]

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You Were Born For THIS Day!

Posted by admin in November 17th, 2020 | 9 comments 
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“Asa the King prayed to the Lord his God, ‘O Lord, You can help a weak army as easily as a powerful one. Help us now, O Lord our God, because we are relying on You, and in Your name we have come out to fight against this huge army. Lord, You are our God; […]

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Standing in Your Bean Field: It’s Time to Do Battle

Posted by admin in July 25th, 2020 | 4 comments 
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ELEAZAR was one of David’s mighty men of valor. This is the David who eventually became King of Israel, was harangued by Saul, killed Goliath, and was called the Apple of God’s Eye. The Bible says David had three mighty men of valor and Eleazar was one of them. Eleazar’s story is one of my […]

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“I’m Fearfully and Wonderfully Made,” Says the Transgender Pastor

Posted by admin in July 25th, 2020 | 1 comment 
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Okay. You just can’t make this stuff up. On Sunday, June 14, a Cooperative Baptist Fellowship (CBF) pastor said in his virtual sermon, “I am fearfully and wonderfully made…” The Baptist pastor was announcing to his church (via zoom) that while in quarantine he’d transitioned from Pastor Justin to Pastor Junia. I guess he can […]

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When A Pastor Orders His Church Not To Sing, The Rocks Will Cry Out

Posted by admin in July 13th, 2020 | 3 comments 
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The text came in just after lunch on Sunday, “So…singing is now banned for one month at CCCS. Announced this morning.” I read it. Then I re-read it, still in disbelief. You see, we live in Kansas, not California. KANSAS. There’s no crazy gubernatorial mandate against singing; there’s no state recommendation to hold off singing […]

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Pedophilia is the New Gray

Posted by admin in July 9th, 2020 | 2 comments 
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June was a bad month for America as the US Supreme Court (SCOTUS) voted on three major cases: job discrimination against lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender workers, on a program protecting young undocumented immigrants known as DACA Dreamers, and finally against abortion restrictions put forth by the state of Louisiana. He’s always been a fence-sitter that Chief Justice […]

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Being White Doesn’t Make Me Guilty of Racism by Dr. Daryl McCarthy

Posted by admin in June 27th, 2020 | 1 comment 
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At the start of the Civil War, my great-great-grandfather Callahan Creighton McCarthy left his home in Missouri, which was a slave state. Callahan enlisted in the Kansas Sixth Cavalry. For four long and horrific years he fought as a Union soldier in battle after battle, defending the right for all to be free. He risked […]

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The #BLM Myths and Truth About Racism in America by Dr. Daryl McCarthy

Posted by admin in June 27th, 2020 | 1 comment 
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I know my friends and family members who rushed to endorse #blacklivesmatter and #blackouttuesday meant well. I think it’s perhaps their way of saying “We’re white, but we’re not racists.” But I have to ask them to please reconsider what they are actually endorsing. When it comes to #BLM and that entire movement, we must […]

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Politics and the Coronavirus

Posted by admin in May 13th, 2020 | 6 comments 
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In 1976, Dr. M. F. Weiner wrote an article for the Journal of Medical Economics entitled “Don’t Waste a Crisis.” What Weiner meant by this is that a medical crisis can be used to improve aspects of personality, mental health, or lifestyle. For example, your patient suffers a mild heart attack, use the crisis to […]

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Stephen King or the KING of Kings? How Russell Moore Has Failed The Church Once Again

Posted by admin in April 29th, 2020 | 3 comments 
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I like Twitter. I don’t post much on Twitter, but I do use it for a news source. A few days ago, one of my acquaintances on Twitter posted the latest from Russell Moore on my timeline with the question, “Have you seen this?” I hadn’t because I don’t follow Russell Moore on Twitter. You […]

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