An Anglican Shares Reflections On The Canadian Catholic Churches That Have Been Burned

An anonymous Anglican wrote an entry on Reddit about his thoughts on why the burning of churches in Canada was wrong in an attempt to bring some balance to the hotly debated issue.

Gab CEO Andrew Torba Encourages American Christians: ‘We Can And Will Overcome’ In The Name Of Jesus

Andrew Torba, CEO of free-speech platform Gab, called for the American people to support an American Populist movement ruled and unified by the Lord Jesus Christ.
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    Four Additional Criteria to Fine-Tune the Meaning of 'Evangelical' for Chaplains

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  • Thom Rainer

    Six Statements That Can Kill a Church

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    Grow by Setting Specific Goals

    God wants us to grow continuously. Parents are pleased when their children grow well. When a child ceases to grow the heart of the parents aches. Whenever parents see their beloved children not grow to their full potential, they become distressed.
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    Tracing the Framework

    As the oldest son in the family, I attended a Chinese school in Korea for kindergarten and a year in elementary school. My father was a school teacher, and I attended this Chinese school right in front of my home for his own fulfillment of a dream for me to get a jump start on my education.
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    Five Common Greeter Mistakes to Correct in the New Year

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    Seven Commitments of Renewal Every Church Leader Should Make for a New Year

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