Prominent Scientists Themselves Admit God Created The Universe

With a number of secular thinkers who defy the existence of God, an author pointed out that a couple of the world's most influential scientists actually proclaimed the majesty of the Creator because of what they have discovered.

Here Are Some Lessons Today's Christians Should Learn From A Believer From A Century Ago

Evangelist Canon J. John expressed his hope that more people today will follow the example of Gilbert Keith Chesterton, a famous writer and speaker, who used his talent and platform to defend Christia…
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    Donald Trump Is Our President. Now What.

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    I hate gnats. I particularly hate the gnats called the no-see-ums or sandflies. They are present certain months of the year on the beach. Though almost invisible to the naked eye, they can pack a powerful sting.
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    A Different Standard of Occupational Satisfaction

    I know a pastor who lost his wife a year and a half ago due to medical malpractices. He serves with me on the missional board of directors. Being a man of such few words and considering that I had not known him very long, I was not sure what to say to console him. However in the midst of that, I was…
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    The email stung me. The writer spoke of my negativity about local churches, about how much of my writings are about problems in local congregations.
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    Strategic Patience

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