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Jesus the Creator – Life of Christ Lesson 12 (Newsletter 3-5)

LESSON TWELVE JESUS, THE CREATOR JESUS IS THE MIGHTY CREATOR: Only God can create. The divine prerogative of being able to create is exclusively reserved for the one, true, Almighty God. On many occasions Jesus showed that He possessed this prerogative and thus proving His Deity. The miracles of turning water into wine and multiplying […]

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Thank God For The Pulpit (Newsletter 3-5)

By Joseph Gibson Ezekiel 3:17-19: 17 Son of man, I have made thee a watchman unto the house of Israel: therefore hear the word at my mouth, and give them warning from me. 18 When I say unto the wicked, Thou shalt surely die; and thou givest him not warning, nor speakest to warn the […]

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My True Love (Newsletter 3-5)

By Pam Parker Love is thought of as an emotion, but actually it is a verb. True love motivates and causes one to take action. For God so loved . . . that He gave (John 3:16). I recently read this quote by Pedro Arrupe: “What you are in love with, what seizes your imagination, will […]

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Let No Man Despise Your Youth (Newsletter 3-5)

By Nate Whitley “Let no one despise you for your youth, but set the believers an example in speech, in conduct, in love, in faith, in purity.” (1Timothy 4:12 ESV) Paul penned his letter to Timothy while he was chained in a prison cell in Rome. Timothy, mean while, as left to oversee the churches […]

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Lascivious Grace

By Elder Bill Pitman Jude 4: …turning the grace of our God into lasciviousness. Lascivious is defined in Strong’s (#766) as; unbridled lust, excess, outrageousness, wantonness, insolence. This new Grace, which isn’t new at all–for the apostles fought against it in the early church– has been promoted long enough now in our ranks until it […]

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Are We Teaching Our Children to Hear (Newsletter 3-5)

By Tammy Pio There was a six-year-old girl in a small room with the door Atlantic Kkg closed. I called out her name and said, “Hello!” The little voice responded with “Hi Tammy!” I answered quickly,”How do you know it’s me?” A small pause before this simple response was heard, “Because I know your voice”. […]

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Fundamentals (Newsletter 3-5)

By Matt Perdue Pentecostal churches? How do you reach for souls that have walked away from the church? The mission is overwhelming at times, but this is where you must revisit the fundamentals of the church. I want to share a few things that have been helpful for our church in New Castle concerning these […]

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Compensation For Pastors (Newsletter 3-5)

By Mark Jordan Compensation for pastors is a critical area of concern for the ministry and the implications go far beyond the obvious subject of money. Many issues are involved, but our focus here is on the underlying principles that govern clergy compensation. Biblical teaching, convictions, philosophy, control, power, financial resources, business management, and the […]

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Comics (Newsletter 3-5)

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Comics (Newsletter 3-5)

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Dad Made A Difference (Newsletter 3-6)

by James Chessor Years ago, a Catholic nun worked at a men’s prison. One day an inmate asked her to buy him a Mother’s Day card for his mom. She did, and many of the other inmates heard about what she had done. After a few days, she was overwhelmed with the same request from […]

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The Prayer Essentials (Newsletter 3-6)

by Jonathan Copeland Conflicting accounts abound concerning the original source of what is commonly known as the “Five W’s.” Often attributed to the famous orator Cicero and popularized in prose by Rudyard Kipling, this series of questions (Who? What? When? Where? and Why?) can be used to systematically isolate the most basic facts of any […]

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Ten Commandments for Use of Music in Worship (Newsletter 3-6)

by Jenny Rice Thou shalt worship God, not worship worship. “We are a people of extremes and we have a hard time maintaining a biblical balance;’ Shaddix said. ”A long time ago, people were nervous about the charismatic movement, so worship services became like funeral services. Now the pendulum has swung all the way to […]

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We Know Better Than That (Newsletter 3-6)

by Bishop John Hanson An exhausted young woman locks the office door and heads across the street to the parking lot where her Honda Civic is parked. The sun has already slipped over the horizon and the streets are relatively empty so she wastes no time. As she pulls out onto the street she notices […]

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Sunday 101 (Newsletter 3-6)

by Lee Ann Alexander Legendary coach Bear Bryant is reputed to have said, “It’s not the will to win, but the will to prepare to win that makes the difference.” Everyone has the will to win, but the discipline to prepare is another matter. Perhaps it is uncouth to think of a winning church service, […]

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The Final Word (Newsletter 3-6)

by Larry Booker How Far Out Must You Be Before God Can’t Hear You On September 5, 1977 the Voyager 1 space probe was launched by the North American Space Administration (NASA) to study the outer solar system and interstellar medium. As of November 1, 2012 it has been operating for 35 years, 1 month […]

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