Commentary

Are You Buying Into Consumer Culture?

  1. 30th November 2017
  2. Jamie Meakin

Do you want a “good life” filled with happiness? What is the way to a better life? The culture surrounding us has become increasingly materialistic. The “Consumer Culture,” as it has been named, depends upon each person fulfilling his or her materialistic tendencies as they consistently buy goods and services, cyclically spending their hard-earned money. But is...

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A Two-Cent Story

  1. 28th November 2017
  2. Roger Meyer (guest columnist)

Pull two cents out of your pocket or purse. What is a cent or penny worth? It is only 1/100th of a dollar. But what are your "two cents" really worth?

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Has the Red Horse Been Released?

  1. 25th November 2017
  2. Wyatt Ciesielka

More human beings have been killed in war and genocide from World War I to now than ever before in the same span of time. Warfare, natural disasters, religious confusion and religious strife, economic calamity, immorality and famine all seem to be increasing. Prophecy is clearly marching forward. Has the second seal been opened? Has the Red Horse been released?

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Thankful...to Whom?

  1. 23rd November 2017
  2. Roger Meyer (guest columnist)

We who live in developed nations have so much for which to be thankful. We have food, clothing and shelter at a standard far above that of the majority of the earth’s population. But, to whom do we owe thanks?

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Mythology of Divorce

  1. 21st November 2017
  2. Jeffrey Fall

The average American would love to have a happy marriage to the right individual. Most people who divorce come to the conclusion that they were simply terribly unlucky in getting stuck with the wrong person. There is much to be said about being wise and choosing the right person to commit one's life to.

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Quality dinners and healthy families

  1. 18th November 2017
  2. Mike DeSimone

A couple of years ago, I was speaking with a gentleman who told me about a tradition in his family that would come to shape some of the traditions in my own family. He explained that his mother would read books aloud to the family during dinnertime! This put into action a thought process that would change the dynamics of dinnertime in my own family.

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Don't Be a Pharmacy Victim

  1. 16th November 2017
  2. Roger Meyer (guest columnist)

On October 26, 2017, President Donald Trump declared the opioid epidemic in the United States a national health emergency.

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What Do You Think?

  1. 14th November 2017
  2. Roger Meyer (guest columnist)

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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A Different Gospel?

  1. 11th November 2017
  2. Adam J. West

In the pages of the Holy Bible we find an astounding fact about the world in which we live! Revelation 12:9 states, “So the great dragon was cast out, that serpent of old, called the Devil and Satan, who deceives the whole world; he was cast to the earth, and his angels were cast out with him.” Do you believe that there is a very real Satan the Devil who has...

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Red Words and Every Word

  1. 09th November 2017
  2. Roger Meyer (guest columnist)

Many people have a “red letter” edition of the Bible, which prints in red ink the words spoken by Jesus. But even with Jesus’ words printed in red to draw attention to them, some seem to misunderstand the things Christ actually said and taught. A “red letter” edition of the New Testament of the Bible was first printed in 1899, the idea of Louis Klopsch, editor...

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