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Is There a "Life Hack" for COVID-19?

  1. 29th April 2020
  2. Jonathan McNair

For the uninitiated, “hack,” in modern vernacular, means “shortcut.” It’s emerged from our fascination with all things computer-related. Of course, there is a more specific definition. According to Kaspersky Labs, “Computer hacking is the act of identifying and exploiting system and network vulnerabilities in order to obtain unauthorized access to those systems...

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COVID-19 and Redeeming the Time

  1. 25th April 2020
  2. Lawrence Taylor (guest columnist)

Every spring break, I take the time to work on a home-improvement project. This year, it was renovating my bathroom. Since I work for the school system, spring break is a great time to do these projects, because I don’t have to go to work and my kid spends the week at his grandmother’s house. However, something strange occurred that threw a wrench in that plan...

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Should Christians Be "Politically Correct"?

  1. 22nd April 2020
  2. Sheldon Monson

When you look around, do you feel like you're out of step with the rest of the world? Do you wonder why you seem to be among the few that still stand by your values and principles? Most people do not enjoy conflict. As Christians, we pray for peace. We want to get along with everyone. We realize that others have different views and opinions than we do, but we do...

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Coronavirus, Quarantine, and Depression

  1. 18th April 2020
  2. Scott D. Winnail

What strange and interesting times we’re living in. Many may even call them scary. I recently read that over 50 percent of the earth’s population is quarantined due to the coronavirus pandemic. Although “quarantine” means different things in different nations, the ultimate result is that we are spending more time by ourselves and spending less time with and...

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Empty Shelves and the Bread From Heaven

  1. 15th April 2020
  2. J. Davy Crockett III

Whether it be in the form of winter storms, epidemics, or other natural or man-made disasters, the threat of imminent danger on the horizon seems to trigger an urgent need for bread. I’m sure you’ve seen it. Within days or even minutes of a terrifying prediction, supermarket and convenience store shelves are emptied. Jokes are made about it and fun is poked at...

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A New Normal?

  1. 11th April 2020
  2. Roger Meyer

“The new normal” is an idiom expressing that a significant change has occurred and become commonplace. For example, in the last few decades, it has become commonplace for us to use personal computers and cell phones to now do much of our shopping online. That is a new normal. Many new “normals” are emerging, but are all of them good?

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Where is God in the Coronavirus Pandemic?

  1. 08th April 2020
  2. Scott D. Winnail

hand reaching upward as if reaching out to God How could a loving God passively watch the events transpiring around the globe right now? People are starving to death in some countries as they are forced to stop working and stay at home. Many have been laid off or lost jobs entirely. Economies are on the verge of collapse. And on a global scale, literally trillions of dollars have already been lost. And then...

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Total Unconditional Surrender

  1. 04th April 2020
  2. Richard Franz

On This Date, a book authored by Carl M. Cannon, has for April 9 a timely bit of American history relevant for any Christian observing the Passover. It was April 9, 1865 that Robert E. Lee told his aide, “The time had come for capitulation”—for surrender. His aide, Colonel Walter Herron Taylor, replied that any other fate would be preferable.

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The End of the Beginning

  1. 04th April 2020
  2. Jonathan McNair

Passover symbols next to an open prison door Each year during the Passover season, God’s teachings encourage His people to take a look backwards. But there is more to life than one's past experiences. So, what does God expect Christians to look at and apply to future experiences?

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Is There Any Hope?

  1. 01st April 2020
  2. Richard F. Ames

a blooming rose in the desert In cities around the globe, and across every populated continent, our world is mired in violence, pain, and suffering. It seems more than ever that crime, disease, and human travail are with us everywhere you look. Have you ever asked yourself, “Is there any hope?” God’s word gives the answer!

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