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“I hate spinach sandwiches,” says Todd, 7. Although I admit the thought of a spinach sandwich is revolting, Todd, I’m afraid you misunderstood my question. I didn’t ask for … more
Morgan Blake, sports writer for the Atlanta Journal, wrote, “I am more deadly than the screaming shell from a howitzer. I run without killing. I tear down homes, break hearts, and wreck lives. … more
“Satan tempted Jesus because he is mean and he does not like God,” says Drew, 6. “I was riding my bike, and the devil said, ‘Why don’t you call your mama a bad … more
“I am the good shepherd,” said Jesus. “The good shepherd gives His life for the sheep,” (John 10:11). The world is full of leaders and gurus who promise peace and … more

I was truly amazed the first time I read I Kings 17-19 on the life of the Prophet Elijah, a giant of a man for God. What a shock when I discovered his despair in I Kings 19:3-4, “And when he … more
What a wonderful passage we see in Matthew 26:5-6, “And the Angel answered and said unto the women, ‘Fear not ye; for I know that you seek Jesus which was crucified. He is not here: for … more
“Some people are troubled by the things in the Bible they can’t understand,” said Mark Twain. “The things that trouble me are the things I can understand.” This was … more
New Hope Christian Church youth pastor Tyler Smith is searching for God seven days a week. The 2003 Southmont graduate spent most of 2019 taking compiled notes from almost two decades of memories … more
I must confess persistent health problems can really discourage us. The Apostle Paul had a continual battle with physical illness of some type. The Bible does not tell us specifically. Therefore we … more

The first time I met Art Linkletter of “Kids Say the Darndest Things” fame, the president of Awana was leading him on a tour of its headquarters. Linkletter remarked on the cleanliness of … more
Editor’s Note: This is the first installment of a three-part series. “To worship God is paying attention to nobody else but God,” says Pruitt, 11. “If you don’t do … more
John Maxwell and Dan Reiland shared the following story in their book, “The Treasure of a Friend”: Though Jim was just a little older than Phillip and often assumed the role of leader, … more
A former Presbyterian church has found a new purpose as the home for another congregation. After years of worshiping downtown, One Way Pentecostal Apostolic Church purchased the Milligan Memorial … more
Hundreds of children usually gather at the Montgomery County Fairgrounds every summer to live in the frontier days. During Cowboy Camp, kids are taught how to ride and wrangle horses and learn … more

“You might be a redneck if the dog catcher calls for a backup unit when visiting your house,” said Jeff Foxworthy. You might be a legalist if you think keeping religious rules will … more
One of the most puzzling statements in the Bible tome is Psalm 78:11, “Yea, they turned back and tempted God, and limited the Holy One of Israel.” In this Psalm we have a clear list of … more
Four brothers left home for college, and they became very successful as doctors, a lawyer and a businessman. Some years later, they talked after having dinner together. They discussed the gifts they … more
“God created moms to cook most of the time and to water the chickens,” says Jed, 8. Well, Jed, either you have some strange chickens, or your mom needs more farm experience. As for the … more

“Being spiritually blind doesn’t mean that you can’t see,” says Sophia, 10. “It means that you don’t believe in God.” When Jesus gave sight to a man born … more
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