What’s so good about Good Friday?

The story is told of a king in Africa who had a close friend with whom he grew up. The friend had a habit of looking at every situation that ever occurred in his life, positive or negative, and remarking, “This is good!” One day the king and his friend were out on a hunting

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Get Promoted, CEO!

ARE YOU A CEO CHRISTIAN? If so, your big day is this Sunday! C.E.O. = “C.hristmas E.aster O.nly” It’s time to get promoted. Move up higher. Get committed. Quit fooling around! After all, eternity is at stake…. I was not raised in a religious home so I wasn’t familiar with the traditions surrounding Easter. The

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Super Bowl Faith

SUPER BOWL 51 WAS THE MOST EXCITING FOOTBALL GAME I’ve ever seen. As an Atlanta Falcons fan, it was wonderful to know that my California friend was going to send me a gift card after the game was over—as he has done for many years—since he has a knack for always picking the losing team,

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UNPRECEDENTED PRESIDENTIAL PETITIONS

Given the convergence of so many issues happening in America, I felt it important to address them within one subject. Last Sunday, January 15, was Sanctity of Life Sunday where we dedicated the service to the nearly 60 million babies murdered in the womb. Friday, of course, our new President was sworn in and yesterday

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The Worst Day in America

THE WORST DAY IN AMERICA OCCURRED 44 YEARS AGO TODAY, when the government granted women the “right” to slaughter their children. Is that too harsh an assessment? Of course not. The image above was from when my family would regularly attend a Long Beach abortion clinic to remind adult women of the baby women (and

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Christmas Vs. ChristMYTHS

THE BABY JESUS WAS NOT BORN ON DECEMBER 25. What? Are you kidding me? Nope. The Christmas season brings with it a lot of great and wonderful traditions, but have you ever thought how these customs came about? You may be surprised! Let’s start with that Christmas date. The early church in the first few

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