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What makes America great?

What makes America great? The idea that all people “are created equal . . . with inalienable rights.” The freedom to openly speak out against injustice. And the ability to change laws as more light comes to people. I like … Continue reading

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Greatness? What is greatness?

To hate and berate is not the way to be great. True greatness flows from integrity, kindness, and compassion. It isn’t made out of power, coercion, or dominance. Greatness is the ability to disagree with someone, but still love, inspire, … Continue reading

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Keeping love “the greatest”

“The greatest of these is love.” The greatest calling of the body of Christ is love. If we could get everything else “right” but leave out love, we’d be off base. Love is active surrender to and obedience to Christ … Continue reading

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Greatness/being great/making a great nation

Greatness is not wealth, fame, prestige, or power, but honesty, compassion, humility, and character. Greatness is not striving to be at the peak of the hierarchy, but faithfulness to truth and love. Greatness breaks the bondage of self-focus, soars in serving … Continue reading

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Avoid fake news about greatness

Genuine greatness doesn’t put a nation first. “The nations are like a drop in a bucket.” Real greatness is built on faithfulness to the living God and to His eternal principles. True greatness holds all nations (even your own) accountable to … Continue reading

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What The Church Can Learn From The Oprah Show

The Oprah Show was not just entertainment.  It connected with people, encouraged them, challenged them, and made a difference in their lives.  Perhaps the 21st Century church could learn a few things from Oprah. *  Allow spontaneity.  The Oprah Show was … Continue reading

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Rosa Parks, Martin Luther King, Septima Clarck, & Miles Horton in Monteagle, TN

Here is a little known fact of American history. Monteagle, Tennessee could be called the cradle of the Civil Rights Movement. Before the Civil Rights Movement began, Martin Luther King, Jr., Ralph Abernathy, Rosa Parks and many other future leaders … Continue reading

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