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Abortion: Perhaps The Most Selfish Sin

Abortion: Perhaps The Most Selfish Sin

  by Art Kohl Life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness have been inalienable rights protected by the laws and fathers of our country. (For 197 years, that is!) In 1973, the Infamous Roe vs. Wade decision of the Supreme Court, by a 7-2 vote, decided that life is... read more

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Overcoming the Impossible

  by John Toomey As a child, I was diagnosed with a neurological disorder known as Cerebral Paley. The doctors told my parents that I would never drive a car or ride a bike. They told my parents that they should just give me a Nintendo and let me play video... read more

Psalm 44

  by Everette Hunt Psalm 44 1We have heard with our ears, O God, our fathers have told us, what work thou didst in their days, in the times of old. 2 How thou didst drive out the heathen with thy hand, and plantedst them; how thou didst afflict the people, and... read more

Does God Send Disease?

  by Art Kohl Let God be God! People like to reduce God and His character to their own personal opinion of Him. They will not allow Him to do anything out of the boundaries that they have drawn up for Him to obey. They are so ingrained with “God is... read more

Your Clothes Are Talking

  by Zana Reichen Ladies, your clothes are talking. I hope I can help you know what they are saying. Proverbs 7:10 says, “And, behold, there met him a woman with the attire of an harlot and subtil of heart.” Quite simply, a harlot wears clothing that... read more

Are We the Remnant?

  by Bob Gray Sr. There seem to be many independent Baptists who have taken to excusing their smallness to being a remnant, but is it really true? We seem to think that we are small because we are more right, and if others would take a stand like we do they would... read more

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