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Don't Be a Nicolaitan

  1. 26th January 2019
  2. Roger Meyer

Who are the Nicolaitans mentioned in the second chapter of the Book of Revelation? Were they some small, heretical sect that separated from the worldly body of professing Christians during the first and second centuries? Did they die out? Do they exist anywhere today?

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You Really Do Want to Know

  1. 24th January 2019
  2. Brian Pomicter

There is a natural curiosity that young children possess. They look upon scenic environs with wonderment, awed by the beauty and the variety of plant and animal life they encounter. What a child sees is unfiltered and not yet fully processed and categorized—making what they see new and captivating.

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Nothing Is Too Hard

  1. 22nd January 2019
  2. Roger Meyer

The very young often encounter things too hard for them. Within just a few years, however, a young man at the peak of his mental and physical capacities can feel that nothing is too hard—but all too quickly we learn of our limitations. A young man and young woman also, I’m sure, can feel nearly invincible. But life quickly passes and our physical prowess fades....

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Take the "Dys" Out of Dysfunctional!

  1. 19th January 2019
  2. J. Davy Crockett III

What happened to the “functional” family? You know, the one with a Dad and a Mom and children centered around the home, doing the things families do, working together, playing together, laughing and sometimes crying together?

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In Greek mythology, a chimera was a grotesque, fire-breathing monster usually depicted with the head of a lion, a goat’s body and a serpent’s tail. But the creation of modern-day chimeras—lab-grown human-animal hybrids—is moving beyond the realm of mythology or science-fiction—which is raising disturbing bioethical concerns.

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What Do You Think?

  1. 15th January 2019
  2. Roger Meyer

Asking questions is a wonderful way to open the doors to learning. Questions are a teaching tool long used by educators to simultaneously teach and draw out insights from pupils—prompting them to think! Jesus Christ used this teaching method about very important topics.

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Tend and Keep the Earth

  1. 12th January 2019
  2. Justin D. Ridgeway

My wife and I once had the opportunity to rescue a baby deer, which had become separated from its mother and was on the verge of dying. While we were driving to and from a deer rehabilitation center in North Carolina, we began discussing our experience, and it became quite apparent that there is a great deal of responsibility and joy associated with taking care...

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Are You Talking to Yourself?

  1. 10th January 2019
  2. Roger Meyer

Every day, all day, our “inner voice” chatters away at us in an internal monologue we have with ourselves. This “discussion” can be positive or negative, and greatly impacts our life.

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A Bridge to Nowhere...

  1. 08th January 2019
  2. Ryan Dawson

Why would someone build a bridge to nowhere? Either they do not realize where they were headed, or they just are not the sharpest tool in the shed. The fact is, though, most of us have probably constructed our own bridges to nowhere at one point or another—in other words, spending a lot of effort on something that will never take us to a useful destination....

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Hypocrisy

  1. 05th January 2019
  2. Roger Meyer

Jesus warned the disciples to beware of hypocrisy. People do not like hypocrisy in others. But could we ourselves be hypocrites? Jesus told His disciples: “Beware of the leaven of the Pharisees, which is hypocrisy. For there is nothing covered that will not be revealed, nor hidden that will not be known” (Luke 12:1–2). Hypocrisy comes to light sooner or later,...

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