100-year-old family Bible survives Northern Kentucky house fire

While David and Laura Arlinghaus were in Colorado visiting their son last week, a thunderstorm blew through the area where there house is in Villa Hills, Kentucky--the northern part of the state. Neighbors heard an incredibly loud boom from a lightning strike. It was two hours before it became apparent that the lightning hit the... Continue Reading →

British Medical Association wants doctors to euthanize dementia patients

No matter where or how socialism is implemented, it is founded on and breeds a culture of death, devaluing human life. History is full of countless examples of it. A recent example of that is seen through the British Medical Association (BMA), a private organization that affects policies in the UK's system of socialized medicine.... Continue Reading →

Heeding God’s counsel precedes deliverance & progress

Many times when churches wish to accomplish something or be delivered from the persecution or oppression from an outside enemy, God supplies the means within the congregation to reach our goals. At other times, we may need outside help. We see examples of getting outside help several times in scripture through situations Israel faced. For... Continue Reading →

Stable, consistent, strong and vigilant–the life of a mature saint

Christians who are preoccupied with living their lives right in God's eyes are often called rigid by the world, but being rigid is a positive, according to Paul in 1 Corinthians 16:13-14. In that passage, he stated, "Watch ye, stand fast in the faith, quit you like men, be strong. Let all your things be done... Continue Reading →

Complicit: how & why people tolerate religious abuse

Despite recent revelations about just how corrupt the Catholic Church really is (including the report that came out this week in Pennsylvania on how at least 1,000 children over several decades were molested by over 300 priests and how other Catholic officials conspired to cover it up) it boggles the mind how millions remain devoted... Continue Reading →

Joyful sharing should be an act of confidence and patience

Speaking from personal experience, it's a great feeling of encouragement and contentment when you contribute funds and/or other material things to a ministry that puts them to good use to render positive results for God's glory. That's what the believing Jews experienced when they partnered financially with Paul in his ministry. As Paul highlights in... Continue Reading →

They question God’s word to stop your knowledge, comfort, and hope

The truth of God's word is inseparably fused to our learning (knowledge), our comfort in the Holy Spirit, and our hope in Christ. This is what we discover when we read Romans 15:4, which says, "For whatsoever things were written aforetime were written for our learning, that we through patience and comfort of the scriptures... Continue Reading →

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