As we close out 2019, there are several stories that characterize the condition of souls. The news media, to me, is the biggest of them. When freedom of the press is abused as it has been during the past year, it is no longer free, but rather a slave to agendas. The political intolerance and…

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Christ said in Mark 16:15, “Go ye into all the world, and preach the gospel to every creature.” He said in Matthew 28:19-20, “Go ye therefore, and teach all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Ghost; Teaching them to observe all things whatsoever I…

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Growing up on the farm on the fringe of the snow belt in Northeastern Ohio left many memories of snowy Christmas seasons. Christmas time was always special at our house because Christmas Eve also was my father’s birthday. He often said that when he was young, it didn’t seem fair that he only got a…

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As many of you know, I grew up on our family farm in Northeastern Ohio. It was part of a land grant in payment to my grandfather seven generations back for fighting in the Revolutionary War. At the time my grandfather sent two of his sons to claim the land, it was wilderness, the most…

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There are a lot of terrible things going on right now in the world. But we are at the time of the year when Christians celebrate Christ. We can choose to be impacted by the world around us in its dimly lit arena, or we can choose to let our light so shine. I choose…

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The anti-everything-America crowd has attacked Hallmark Christmas movies as being too white, too traditional, too heterosexual, and not enough gay, black and, yes, Islamic. As Slate.com put it in 2017, “…they all depict a fantasy world in which America has been Made Great Again.” Salon.com agreed: “This is a cultural representation issue and one made…

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This is how one person with a vision can change and save lives a half a world away. Our ministry partner of some 26 years, Pastor William Agbeti of Ghana, West Africa writes: “On Tuesday, December 3, 2019, the Daily Jot carried the touching story of 13 year-old Bronc Hibdon, described as a true American…

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House Democrats voted to impeach President Trump and then went home. Speaker Nancy Pelosi is not, however, sending the Articles of Impeachment to the Senate. She says she wants assurances that the Senate will treat democrats fairly in bringing Trump to trial. WOW! There are at least two possibilities at work here: one is that…

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Well, House Democrats did it. They impeached President Donald Trump. There are no real charges and the witnesses who testified against the president are on record as not being eyewitnesses and listeners of hearsay only. The news media announcing the impeachment vote were really bad actors—trying to act sober while delivering a very one-sided version…

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From before the 2016 election, the Democratic Party has conspired to make contingency plans to remove President Trump from office if by some outside chance he was elected. Today, Democrats in the House of Representatives are voting on the most political statement of this century—removing a president from office because they just don’t agree with…

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