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A Nation Clothed in Pride

  1. 12th July 2023
  2. Josh Lyons

Now that June has ended, the so-called “Pride Month,” which celebrates LGBTQI+ behaviors and lifestyles, has concluded in the United States. During “Pride Month,” many facets of our country celebrate pride, as seen in professional sports, government, and military branches, a variety of “pride flags” flown, clothing worn, and more. This year, the White House even...

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Sacrifice and Joy

  1. 08th July 2023
  2. Jonathan Bueno

My first stint as a counselor at one of my church’s youth camps in Texas provoked me to deep thought. As I drove home, the events of the previous week soaked in—all the laughter and pleasant fellowship, the fun and sometimes challenging activities, the dorm chants, the bright faces of the kids, and so much more. It was unforgettable.

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True Liberty

  1. 05th July 2023
  2. Roger Meyer

Liberty is defined as the power to act as one pleases. It is a state of independence, of autonomy, of being free from restrictions, and of having the right to self-determination. Liberty may be defined in different ways when speaking of it politically, philosophically, or religiously. Some may define liberty as the right to do whatever they want, whenever they...

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The Tragic Consequences of Transgenderism

  1. 01st July 2023
  2. Adam J. West

At a “Pride Event” hosted by and held at the White House on June 10, 2023, an appalling and shocking scene unfolded. A biological male with hormonally augmented breasts, believing himself to be a “transgender woman,” went topless, revealing his artificial chest while jumping up and down. He was joined by biological females who called themselves “transgender men...

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What is the Mount Ebal tablet, and what is the connection between this ancient artifact and one of the most important accounts in Israel’s earliest history? Before answering these questions, and to better appreciate just how old and how important this ancient lead tablet is, it may be helpful to briefly mention some other biblical artifacts.

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A Game of Chance

  1. 21st June 2023
  2. Adam J. West

Millions of men and women spend untold hours in the glitzy halls of casinos, while many others gather around octagon tables to play “friendly” games of “nickel” poker. Still others indulge in office sports pools, all the while hoping to cash in on the losers’ money. What about those who set back a small amount of money for the occasional trip to the casino “just...

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Are You Worthy?

  1. 17th June 2023
  2. Roger Meyer

Worthiness is a subject worthy of study. Something that is worthy has merit or value. If we refer to a person as being worthy, he or she is meritorious, commendable, valuable, or deserving of respect.

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Did you know that the vast majority of the world’s meat consumption (excluding fish) comes from just five animals? Yet the one that tops the list is also the only one the Bible expressly forbids: pork. Many are familiar with this fact, but few understand the reason—and the wisdom behind it.

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Some people think of Bible prophecies as millennia-old warnings for the ancient people of Israel, but they were actually intended for a far wider audience—including Judah, many Gentile nations, and even we who are alive today. The ancient prophets, Christ’s apostles, and even Jesus Christ Himself gave prophecies about the end times, but few have heeded their...

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