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Easter Is for Everyone

By Greg Laurie I am the resurrection and the life. He who believes in Me, though he may die, he shall live  John 11:25 Easter is for everyone! It is about Jesus, and it is specifically about Jesus crucified and ...

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Is the American Church Dying?

By Jerry Newcombe, D.Min. 4/17/19 One often hears dire reports in the media about the impending doom of the Christian church. But Glenn Stanton of Focus on the Family recently wrote an article in the Federalist that showed such reports ...

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Is Easter a Farce and a Fraud Since Dead Men Don’t Rise? 

By Don Boys, Ph.D. http://donboys.cstnews.com/is-easter-a-farce-and-a-fraud-since-dead-men-dont-rise The German sociologist Ernst Troeltsch contended that, since dead men don’t rise, Jesus could not have risen from the dead. However, Troeltsch reasoned from a flawed premise and when that happens, the resultant conclusion will always be wrong.  The dead have ...

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He is Risen!

By Lyle Rapacki Editor’s Note: We are once again publishing this Easter favorite. This wonderful article by Lyle has become a yearly favorite here at TCP. From all of us here at TCP, Happy Resurrection Day! Jesus Christ died.  He ...

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Surrender at Gethsemane

By Greg Laurie Then He said to them, ‘My soul is exceedingly sorrowful, even to death. Stay here and watch.’  Mark 14:34 Have you ever felt lonely? Have you ever felt as though your friends and family had abandoned you? ...

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The Power of Christ’s Words

By Greg Laurie Christ suffered for our sins once for all time. He never sinned, but he died for sinners to bring you safely home to God. —1 Peter 3:18 Christ’ passionate love for the world is evident in His statements ...

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The Potter

By Sue Cass As the sun rises announcing a new day to face, the screen door slams as her night guest slips out. Crushing the cigarette into the ashtray and shoving the now empty whiskey glasses aside, the woman shoves ...

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