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A Settled Decision, an Unsettled Nation

  1. 24th June 2022
  2. William Bowmer

“Abortion presents a profound moral question.” So said the Supreme Court’s ruling in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, which on Friday, June 24 explicitly overruled earlier Court decisions in Roe v. Wade and Planned Parenthood v.


Another school shooting, one of 27 so far in 2022, took place on Tuesday, May 24, in Uvalde, Texas. The public response to it has been the same as to many other similar tragedies in schools, night clubs, and public venues across the nation: heartbreak, anger, cries for action, and an outpouring of thoughts and prayers. But no real solutions ever come for this...


Are You My Father?

  1. 18th June 2022
  2. Larry Moluf (guest columnist)

Who are your parents and how have they affected your life? Many people may know and have been raised by both of their parents, while others may have been raised only by one. Then there are some who might have lived a life apart from their biological parents, perhaps never having known them. Do you know your mother and father? What about your Father in heaven?


Got Commitment?

  1. 15th June 2022
  2. Richard Franz

Loyalty, devotion, and dedication—are these traits still character qualities we strive to establish in our walk through life? Is “commitment” an old-fashioned notion or an idea long past its expiration date? Consider when English Prime Minister Winston Churchill stood alone in the world against the evil aggressive powers of the Nazi regime. His commitment to...


Gambling is Skyrocketing in America

  1. 11th June 2022
  2. Josh Lyons

American morality, once anchored in the Bible to a much larger extent, continues to rapidly deteriorate in seemingly every area of life. One example of this, perhaps less noticed compared to others, is the recent, dramatic rise of gambling in the United States. According to Forbes magazine, “Americans gambled more money than ever before in 2021” (“U.S. Gambling...


Bondservant, James Bondservant

  1. 08th June 2022
  2. Roger Meyer

British secret agent James Bond, fictional character of novelist Ian Fleming, often introduces himself as “Bond, James Bond.” The writer of the biblical epistle of James introduces himself as, “James, a bondservant of God and of the Lord Jesus Christ.” Of course, the two figures could not be more different. But what is a bondservant, and who are bondservants of...


Are You Protected?

  1. 04th June 2022
  2. J. Charles Ogwyn

The thought flashed through my mind: “It sure is nice to have God’s protection.” And then it happened! Up until that moment, it was just another long, hot day during my summer break from college, spent toiling in the oil fields near Zwolle, Louisiana. One moment. everything seemed normal; the next moment, I was struggling to breathe.


Why Gender Confusion?

  1. 01st June 2022
  2. J. Davy Crockett III

Is gender really a matter of choice? God’s teachings tell us it isn’t, and for some very important reasons that will help you understand His plan for humankind. Some years ago there was a very cute commercial on television and radio, in which a little boy and girl were having a conversation about taking pictures. A line in the ad was, “You can take pictures of...


Pillar Talk

  1. 28th May 2022
  2. Roger Meyer

When you talk about pillars, you are talking about support structures. Pillars are often made of wood, stone, or metal, and are used as structural support in a building. A pillar may also refer to something shaped like a pillar or to something that functions in a support role.


On a Clear Day, You Can See Forever

  1. 25th May 2022
  2. Josh Lyons

It seems like no matter where you look, scenes of crime, war, insanity, and brutality might make the days feel gloomy and cloudy. You may even wonder: Will there ever be a time when things will get better?