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Grace in Action

By: Lyle J. Rapacki, Ph.D. “God interrupted our ordinary expectations to conceive something we could never have imagined. We may not even understand what is occurring or why, but we have the choice to choose, or not, to receive His ...

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‘As In the Days of Noah’

By Rob Pue, Publisher Wisconsin Christian News A short time ago, my wife and I were having lunch in a small restaurant on a Sunday, and nearby was a lady pastor, dressed in black clergy garb and collar. She was sitting ...

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Ah Yes, Brainstorming…In My Opinion

By John Miltenberger 2/24/2017 And they were astonished at His teaching, for He taught them as one having authority, and not as the scribes. [Mark 1:22; NKJV] There are certain buzzwords that when used, always cause me to cringe inside. ...

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The Greatest Act of Love

Romans 5:6-11 What do you think about when you see a depiction of Christ on the cross? Most of us are overwhelmed by the physical and emotional suffering that He endured—the scourging, beating, thorns, nails, mocking, and shame. We are ...

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The Pattern for Servanthood

Matthew 20:25-28 In the world’s thinking, great men are the ones with authority, prominence, and power. Though Jesus Christ had all that, He gave it up to become a servant (Isa. 42:1). Jesus gave Himself completely to fulfill the Father’s ...

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The Greatest Act of Love

April 9 Romans 5:6-11 What do you think about when you see a depiction of Christ on the cross? Most of us are overwhelmed by the physical and emotional suffering that He endured—the scourging, beating, thorns, nails, mocking, and shame. ...

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