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Fear of the future can ruin our lives and steal our joy. We need to be careful living in the “supposes” and the “what ifs.” Suppose I lose my job? What if I get a terrible … more
“My grandma thinks I’m going to heaven,” says Kole, 6. Why is it that most grandchildren can’t get enough of their grandparents? Most grandparents are smart enough to … more
William Cullen Bryant (1794-1878) was the editor of the New York Evening Post. he boldly wrote for all to know his stand for Jesus Christ. “The very men who, in the pride of their … more
“I won’t call names or hit people,” says Heather, 8. That’s a start. Being the light of the world doesn’t call for knocking everyone else’s lights out. Jesus … more

Sitting in front of a whiteboard outlining the day’s lesson, Pastor Isaac Zull held up a laptop showing a photo of the moon-like landscape in an ancient Turkish city. The students … more
The Book of Acts tells us of the Berean Christians and their love for the word of God. “They received the Word with all readiness, and searched the Scriptures daily to find out whether these … more
“A teacher can make a difference by giving less homework, 10 extra minutes for recess, extra field trips and five popcorn parties a day,” says Sara, 10. If kids could vote for and … more
Rudyard Kipling’s poem “If —” begins with the famous words, “If you can keep your head when all about you are losing theirs,” and ends with the promise, … more
MUNCIE — Practicing social distancing to mitigate the COVID-19 pandemic may sound scary or impossible to do, but there are ways to appropriately handle the process, says Jagdish Khubchandani, a … more

To live a full and satisfying life we need to know what our God-given purpose is. Romans 8:28 tells us, “And we know that all things work together for good to them who love God, to them who are … more
“We learn that even though something bad may happen, in the end, something good will happen,” says Elizabeth, 9. “My cousin’s parents got divorced, but it turned out to be … more
Concerns over coronavirus (COVID-19) began to disrupt the daily routine in Montgomery County on Friday as schools announced closures and events were called off in an unprecedented effort to limit … more
As more cases of coronavirus (COVID-19) are confirmed around the state, administrators everywhere have begun taking measures to prevent any unnecessary spread. From canceling or postponing events … more
Here is a list of event changes or cancellations due to the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19). Please check this list frequently as it will be updated. To have your business, group or organization … more

“It means to only have one God, which is God. When we find something, we don’t go gaga over it. We still pray to God and not to the new thing,” says Ashley, 11. For a fuller … more
Back in the 80s, Louse Bernikow wrote a book by the title “Alone in America.” She describes a growing loneliness in our society to a variety of factors, including our heavy work schedule, … more
I want us to begin today with two marvelous verses for our walk through life. First, Psalm 119:105, “They word is a lamp unto my feet, and a light unto my path.” The older I get and the … more
“Don’t give a smoker money to buy a good meal because he will just buy more cigarettes,” says Waymon, 9. The dangers of smoking are well documented, but I don’t think Jesus … more
The sanctuary had emptied on a balmy Sunday afternoon when a visitor came through the door at Bethel AME Church. Rev. Joan Richardson rose from her pew to greet the young man, a student in the … more

Chip Ingram, who is president of Walk Thru the Bible, wrote an interesting article I would like to share with you. In a world that grows more unsettled each day, you may sometimes feel like … more
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