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Christ in Our Own Back Yard…

Christ in Our Own Back Yard…

By Fred Comella   I’ve interviewed many missionaries and heartfelt servants of Christ. They’ve traveled the globe seeking those in need of both physical and spiritual nourishment. In many...
The True Story of Thanksgiving

The True Story of Thanksgiving

By David Mathis   Come Thanksgiving Day each year, many of us give the nod to Pilgrims and Indians and talk of making ready for a harsh first Winter in the New World. But for the Christian, the...
A Refreshing Retreat

A Refreshing Retreat

By Linda Greene What is the result when you mix a woman with a sweet, listening and obedient spirit together with a group of ladies hungry to steal away and refresh spiritually? What happens when...
Raised by Gay Parents, He Shocked Them by Coming Out as a Christian – and Then a Pastor

Raised by Gay Parents, He Shocked Them by Coming Out as a Christian – and Then a Pastor

By Mark Ellis When he was two-years-old his university-professor parents divorced and his father and mother entered the gay lifestyle. His lesbian mom and her partner took him to gay pride parades,...
Obama Puts U.S. on ‘Fast Track’ to World Government

Obama Puts U.S. on ‘Fast Track’ to World Government

‘Literally just one crisis away from that happening’ By Leo Hohmann   Leo Hohmann is a news editor for WND. He has been a reporter and editor at several suburban newspapers in the...
Mission Not Impossible

Mission Not Impossible

By Fred Comella   So who are these missionaries I’ve written so much about and why do they do what they do? Is it because they are compelled by some unique and divine driving force to spread...
A New Gospel from a Modern Pope…

A New Gospel from a Modern Pope…

By Liz Archer I watched with great interest the extensive coverage of the first-time visit of His Holiness Pope Francis to America. I am not one of the 70 million Catholics in the U.S. I am a...
Peace and Providence

Peace and Providence

A hand up, not a hand out…   By Fred Comella   Mixing faith and politics has proven tricky for me at times. So I’ve learned to merge the two only when appropriate, and never in church....
The Halloween That Changed the World – Reformation Day

The Halloween That Changed the World – Reformation Day

By Peter Ditzel On October 31, 1517, something happened that changed the world. No, it had little to do with Halloween. Do you know what it was? Even the man who did it didn’t know the effect it...
Let’s Play 20 Questions

Let’s Play 20 Questions

 By Coach Dave Daubenmire I am sure you remember the game 20 Questions. I used to enjoy playing it with my friends because it challenged us to think. We would do well to spend a little more time...