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St. Bernard Catholic Church will fire up the country kitchen and raise money for local nonprofits this weekend at the annual fall bazaar.The event, which dates back to the end of the Civil War, runs … more
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
“We can learn from John the Baptist to tell people who Jesus really is,” says Danae, 10. “John had many followers himself, but he didn’t try to compete with Jesus.”Nothing is more … more
Ron Addler is the first to arrive at the church, walking through the foyer and into the sanctuary where a painting of Jesus gathering his disciples for the Last Supper looms over the altar.Taking a … 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
“The water does not do anything except get you wet,” says Matt, 8. “When you get baptized in the Holy Spirit, you get cleansed by God, and he will come into our hearts. Getting baptized means … more
Don Moen wrote a hymn many of us know called “Trust and Obey.” The first verse says:“When we walk with the Lord in the light of His word,What a glory He sheds in our !While we do His good will, … more
When Chris Cain retired from the pulpit in southern Indiana, he and his wife, Nancy, went on the road, preaching in churches around the nation and abroad.“It’s amazing how people live different … more
“It’s OK to get mad when someone is not following God’s rules,” says Talon, 6. “Like if someone steals a toy from another person, it’s okay to get mad. The angry feeling can help you do … 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
“John the Baptist called Jesus the Lamb of God because Jesus is too holy and wonderful for him to even untie his shoes,” says Mitchell, 8. Before John the Baptist proclaimed Jesus as the Lamb of … 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
“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
Are you experiencing problems and burdens that you feel completely powerless to handle by yourself? Perhaps you are facing health problems, difficulties at work, family problems or financial … more

“If you had a bad day and had a timeout, God would forgive you,” says Hayes, 6. Hayes, you’re thinking like me. You need a lot of grace for life’s truth timeouts. In Jesus, we see the … more
Let us talk today about epitaphs. I once read about the line on the gravestone of a guide who died while climbing. It simply said, “He died climbing.” The words on the tomb of a Christian … 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
“Jesus gives light to everyone by letting you buy it from the grocery store,” says Omar, 5. The Apostle John had a different kind of light in mind when he referred to Jesus as “the true light … more
“Jesus is the Word because through him all things are made,” says Jonathan, 8. “What he said became. Through the words of Jesus, the Earth and man were made. So, he is the Word.”When we read, … more
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