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Whether you are a new Christian or have been a follower of Jesus Christ for many years, it’s always worth reminding ourselves of Biblical commitment. It covers a host of subjects in our lives: … more
The Bible tells us in I Timothy 6:2, “… these things teach and exhort.” As teachers, we want to do more than just inspire our students to love academics. We also want tomato a real and lasting … more
We don’t celebrate July 4, but we celebrate Independence Day on July 4. The Declaration of Independence was a bold statement for personal freedom and against tyranny. John Adams said, “The … more
Parkersburg Christian Church (in southern Montgomery County) will celebrate its 150th anniversary Aug. 9-11. At 7 p.m. Aug. 9, there will be a celebration of music with specials by Rusty and Sallie … more

What did Jesus mean when he said, “Therefore, whatever you want men to do to you, do also to them”? “If you are mean to someone, then they will start being mean back to … more
We are told in 1 Peter 1:5, “Who are kept by the power of God through faith unto salvation ready to be revealed in the last time.” Do you trust the Lord to be your safety and security? Do … more
James Patterson and Peter Kim conducted a large survey of the American public. Out of the date, they wrote the book, “The Day America Told the Truth.” Some interesting facts emerged from the … more
Webster’s defines joy as “the emotion evoked by well being, success, or good fortune or by; the prospect of possessing what one dreams.” John Piper writes, “Christian joy is a good feeling in … more
What does it mean to be successful? Many answers have been proposed. One secular teacher, AP Goutby, said, “The sense of success is to: 1.) set a long range goal, and 2.) be able to relate daily … more

The devil is a real enemy. He makes plans to defeat Christians every day, but his war is with God. He can hurt God by hurting God’s people, thus we have become pawns in this war. So realizing this … more
“John the Baptist said he was a crying voice because he was a Baptist,” says Kaylin, 11. I wonder if Kaylin’s assertion should be considered for a vote at the national convention of the … more
Pressure and stress are major causes of sickness and emotional affliction. We all have to deal with it in our lives. The Apostle Paul said, “I have been in labor and hardship, through many … more
“Children don’t know about sin, and that’s why they go to heaven. Grownups know about sin, so they get a choice,” says Taylor, 8.Taylor, have you ever disobeyed your parents? No further … more
As followers of the Lord Jesus Christ, we are not guaranteed a life without problems, an easy life. We will face mountains at times, hardships, health problems, difficulties and trials throughout our … more

Our nation was founded by men and women who believed in Jesus Christ and the importance of God in America. Christian religious symbols and Biblical references adorn buildings and monuments in … more
“I would pray that I bless all the people in the world and all the animals, my cat, Rusty, especially,” says Noah, age 6. Noah would also ask God to bless his house and other people’s houses … more
One of my favorite verses in the Bible is 1 Samuel 30:6, “But David encouraged himself in the Lord.” In his moment of discouragement, in his moment of distress, this young king turned to his God … more
“Make sure the house is clean and a pot of potatoes is in the oven,” says Alex, 6. I’m sure Idaho potato farmers will be glad to know that spuds are finally getting the respect … more
The Bible gives us a wonderful verse on the Lord’s care for us as His children. Philippians 4:19 says, “My God shall supply all your need according to His riches in glory by Christ … more

Modern life has become increasingly complicated and stressful. It is believed that stress is the primary obstacle to laughter. According to the Psychiatric Times, the field of medicine has come to … more
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