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WWJDIYC? What would Jesus do in your church?

If Jesus visited the church you attend one Sunday morning, what would He do? Preach or weep? Congratulate everyone on the service or turn over tables and pews? Cast out demons or be asked to quietly leave? Sit down and talk … Continue reading

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WWJD? So What Did Jesus Do?

WWJD? Jesus wept . . . humbled Himself . . . washed His disciples’ feet . . . fasted from food . . . boldly spoke about God . . . broke traditions . . . challenged people to repent … Continue reading

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Black Is Beautiful (Just Ask Retailers About Black Friday)

Black is beautiful!  “It’s the most wonderful day of the year.”  That’s a song retailers might sing about Black Friday, the day after Thanksgiving Day when their business begins to turn a profit for the year. It’s an honor to … Continue reading

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No Intent To Repent

As I was driving recently, four words came through my mind that I had never thought in that order before.  The words were:  no intent to repent.  Those words got me started thinking.  If you look about our society, you … Continue reading

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Modern Myth #7 — All Lifestyles Are Equal

The popular belief that all lifestyles are equal is an obvious myth. Take the lifestyle of alcohol and drug abuse for example. It produces intense emotional pain, broken homes, slavery to compulsion, criminal activity, moral collapse, and jail or prison … Continue reading

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Tennessee’s Abolitionist Newspaper — The Emancipator

Here’s a little known fact of American history and black history.  In the early 1800s there was an abolitionist movement in East Tennessee. Elihu Embree even started an anti-slavery newspaper, The Emancipator,  around 1820. Because of stiff opposition the movement … Continue reading

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