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- The Philosophy Of Abortion - Intrinsically Flawed
By:-Rev Michael Bresciani
It is not the lack of scriptural knowledge alone that plagues the credulity of the pro-choice movement, but rather, it is a lack of genuine honesty on many levels including its own philosophical premise or foundation.
- Becoming A Strong Woman
By:-DeBorrah K. Ogans
It takes a strong woman to organize and efficiently run a household or a business. To create an environment that is inclusive of spiritual development, positive healthy family dynamics and fun and enjoyable activities for the family, friends or workers to engage in and enjoy!There is a vast array of pursuits for a woman nowadays. Many have too often put aside God and conformed to the world’s ways. Many ask can a woman do it all or have it all? Hmmm That all depends. What do you mean by ALL!
- My Transformation Story
By:-Sharron LaVerne McPherson
For much of my life I was saved but I was not transformed. I had no idea of God's perfect will for my life. As a result, I was always searching for something to fill the gap that remained despite my salvation. I certainly was not living life as God intended. I had little joy or meaning.But through faith, coupled by discipline and obedience I learned to move from a place of potential to a place where each day is a journey through transformation to a destiny made great by design. This is my story.
- Are All The Good Men Taken? - How To Get A Good Man
By:-Hirwa G. Israel
It may seem like all the good men are taken. But the fact is God always preserves the good for those who love him and wait for him. What can you do to get the good man?
- THE LAND OF DID
By:-Sheri L. Swift
The journey and discovery of a mother through life, love and cancer
- Someone Else's Happiness
I have always been a "people pleaser" and strived to make others happy. But happiness must be possessed within yourself, you can't "make" someone happy if they aren't happy within themself.
- Why Are We Killing Our Children?
Kermit Gosnell -- What Gosnell would refer to as ‘snipping’, others would refer to as cold-blooded murder. He induced labor and forced the birth of healthy infants and then “snipped” the spinal cord with a pair of scissors and disposed of the remains. Why would a man do such a thing? I've tried to answer that question in this article.
- 17 Important Women In The Bible
Here is the list of important women in the biblical times..
- Love Changes Things! The Father's Love
Margie drove over to Debra’s house after work one Thursday evening. Debra had called in sick and was not answering her phone. Margie was concerned for she knew Debra lived alone. Knocking on the door, she was relieved to hear someone walking toward the door...
- Love Changes Things! Compassion
“Okay,” Debra began as she and Margie sat at the break table one morning. “You know Betsy, the lady that styles my hair? She asked me a question and I wasn’t sure how to answer or even if it were in the Bible...
- Love Changes Things! A Time To Love
“How are you doing?” Margie asked concerned. It had been three days since Debra’s sister returned from another selfish romp on the wild side. Debra had not wanted to discuss it and Margie understood. Still she wondered... “I am doing okay. I know you are wondering why I haven’t wanted to talk about Michelle,” Debra said finally through clenched teeth. “I figure if you can’t say something nice, you shouldn’t say anything. So I haven’t said anything...
- Love Changes Things! Forgiveness
“I can’t forgive her!” Debra said angrily. “I shouldn’t have to!” Margie sat outside of the office building with Debra after work one Monday evening. The phone call Debra received as she was leaving had sounded calm enough to Margie but when she hung up, she began to cry. Margie led her to a quiet corner by the building where they could talk...
- Love Changes Things! Perfect Love Casts Out Fear
“I found something in the Bible that I can’t do,” Debra stated sadly, one Wednesday evening. She was riding to church with Margie for a special service. Stress was apparent on her face and Margie had asked her what was wrong. “Debra, God doesn’t ask us to do anything He won’t help us do,” Margie answered. “What did you find in the Bible...
- Love Changes Things! Never Separate From The Love Of God
Debra was driving Margie home after work one day while her car was in the shop. Debra was clearly distressed. “How do I know God loves me? Really?” Debra asked mournfully. “Phil down in the mail room said we just have to live life the best we can. He said we can’t know if God really loves us until we get to heaven...
- Love Changes Things! To Know The Love Of Christ
“Hey Margie,” Debra called out, overtaking her in the hallway. “Are you okay? You seem a little down today.” Margie managed a slight smile. “I have just had one of those weeks where I feel drained and empty. This hot weather isn’t helping any either. Now it’s Friday and I need to be refreshed.” “Can’t you ask God to refresh you?”
- Love Changes Things! A Mother's Love
“Is that a picture of you?” Margie asked, as she picked the photo off of the ground. Debra had dropped her purse, lipstick, keys and other items spilling onto the break room floor. A lone photo in a protective clear cover adorned with hearts had floated into a corner of the room...
- Love Changes Things! What Is Love?
“What is love?” Debra questioned, during lunch one day. “I mean, I know what I always thought love was, before I became a Christian. It was romance and cute stuff. Something that I wanted but didn’t know if I could have. What does the Bible say love is ?"
- Love Changes Things! For God So Loved...
“I need to ask you a question,” Debra said, thoughtfully. She sat on the bench outside of the office building, talking to Margie. The beautiful summer day had drawn them both outside on their lunch break. Margie was just finishing up a small bag of chips. “What is it?” “Well, you know we have been talking about prayer and I have learned a lot. The Pastor at church has started a series on love now and I realize that I still have so much to learn...
- Put It All Before God...
I am once again learning lessons from the Word. No, it is not new to me as far as reading and studying but newer in application. You learn best, I have found, by applying the truth you have learned in real life...
- Waiting At The Airport
Today I sit at the airport, a fairly small one in comparison to Atlanta or Memphis but an airport nevertheless. I’m waiting to pick up my mother who has been in Anchorage visiting my brother and I’m an hour early. Fishing out the book I keep in my purse and trying to read soon proves to be impossible because of the people, coming and going past me constantly. I am drawn to the small dramas being played out before my eyes...
- A Candle In The Dark
I have been contemplating the importance of being light in a dark world. By light I mean a positive, Christ-like influence on people in your family, community or world that do not understand your light. A former Pastor preached several sermons one time on being a light in the dark, not in a room already lit by many other candles...
- But God...
9-1-1. These numbers are synonymous with terrorism, death, destruction and chaos. The year following September 11, 2001 was one of the most difficult years of my life and many of you can probably relate. It seems like that year brought nothing but death, destruction and turmoil...
- Now My Life Runs Me
Years ago, I reached a crossroads; a point where I had to make a decision. One certain night, as I sat watching an old movie, the words spoken by the famous singer hit home. “I use to run my own life, but now my life runs me.” She then collapsed; a victim or physical exhaustion and mental stress. Wincing, I realized that I was in the same trap...
- Spring Cleaning: Uncluttering Your Mind
There are so many things that clutter our minds but let ' s look at the number one clutterer: worry! Who me? Worry? What do I have to worry about? Besides the fact that I have a twenty year old son in college and a twenty two year old daughter who is married with a baby, there is also the farm, my husband’s plant job, my fledgling career in writing, my church; my community...are you starting to get the picture?
- HOUSEWORK WON'T KILL YOU
It seems that a number of ladies live by the motto "Housework won ' t kill you but why take the chance." Why indeed should a lady take the chance on housework killing her? It is much more fun to watch TV, yell at the kids rather than get up and see to their needs, talk on the phone, read a book, visit friends, go shopping and the list could go on. The problem often springs out of the notion that ...