Monthly Archives: October 2014

A Word from Micah

When encountering a dark night of the soul, one must search for opportunities to pierce the darkness with God’s light and hope. Reading and proclaiming the Holy Scriptures dynamite the powers of darkness. In recounting his troubles, the prophet Micah … Continue reading

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Vivid Lessons on Answered Prayer

A new believer in Christ at our church had a critical need. His daughter living a thousand miles away had suffered a life-threatening event and greatly needed prayer. The convert received a call just as the pastor of our small … Continue reading

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Sunday Visit to Remember

Mom, friend Donna, me, and Elaine pose for a photo taken by my wife Connie this Sunday afternoon. ¬†We enjoyed a trip down memory lane–a journey always bringing smiles to our faces.

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How Must I Even Pray?

Sometimes following a wonderful victory difficult challenges surface. After hearing of our mysterious and encouraging answer to prayer just a few days ago, more besetting illnesses hit my sister this week. The latest setbacks left her in a weakened state. … Continue reading

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