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A People Prepared

by Lee Coleman "He will turn many of the children of Israel to the Lord their God, and he will go before him in the spirit and power of Elijah, to turn the hearts of the fathers to the children, and the disobedient to the wisdom of the just, to make ready for the Lord a people prepared." Luke 1:16-17 "Prepared." I don't know about you, but "prepared" is a state that alwa...

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The Mom Club

by Mary Grace Conrad Jane has been in our lives for 8 weeks now. It feels like she was born yesterday, but also like she's been with us forever. She has a head full of dark hair, and her smile could melt the heart of The Grinch. Her eyelashes get longer every day, and she makes the cutest sounds when she "talks" to us. Her favorite activities include staring at the ceilin...

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Are You Talking to Me?

by Matthew Waldrop Have you ever been sitting in church during a sermon or Sunday school and just felt like the preacher was speaking directly to you? It almost feels like the sermon was just for you and you kind of get that nervous feeling that people are staring at you. That happened to me not too long ago during a Sunday school class that I was leading. (They must hav...

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Missionaries of the Month

by Amy Coleman What is your passion? How do you answer that question? Do you have a long list of things you are passionate about, or do you have that one definite answer right on the tip of your tongue?Dal and Beth Stanton have a beautiful response to theaforementionedquestion."We desireto touch real and hurting people, who are impacted by the real and living Gospel in ou...

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Train Up a Child

by Angela Hammons Probably one of the most popular verses quoted to parents is Proverbs 22:6. "Train up a child in the way he should go and when he is old he will not depart from it." That sounds easy enough, right? Teach them to be "good," teach them about God, make sure they grow up in church, and their model behavior and salvation is in the bag. Unfortunately, we know ...

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Just Checking In

by Ian Kayser I can't believe it has already been 5 months since I transitioned from my role at Westminster in Greenwood to my role at Providence in Clinton. In some ways it feels like it hasn't been very long but in other ways it feels like it's been quite a while. In the time we've been gone, I've had this nagging feeling that we are out on a mission trip and we will so...

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Tis the Season!

by Brandi Pillow Even though fall weather is just now gracing us with some much needed cooler temperatures and leaves are only starting to drift down from trees, it's already time to be thinking about Operation Christmas Child! And really, what better time of the year to get us focused on helping others and spreading the Gospel than autumn and the season of giving thanks?...

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Look Upward - Words of Encouragement

by Meredith Buford Rarely are you prepared for any season of life and the detours it may hold. The book I'm currently reading titled Detours, by Tony Evans, states: "God works through detours to bring about His blessing. They are necessary for any improvements to take place on the paths we travel." If detours in life don't go against today's "worldly view" than I don't kn...

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French Camp Academy 2018

by Jeff Warren French Camp Academy is an interdenominational Christian home and school accepting students from first through twelfth grades. We provide a safe, healthy, community for young people from all over the country. No matter the situation that brings them to FCA, all desperately need the sure foundation of Biblical love and teachings available at FCA. In the 18...

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A Perpetual Trip Down Memory Lane

by Josh Reagan A perpetual trip down memory lane: Every Tuesday Thursday I wake up about 4:30 a.m., make some coffee, make my way to Jackson for 50 minutes of Hebrew. The drive is a bit boring in regards to scenery, and a bit depressing knowing that I will be making the same drive 50 minutes after I arrive. I am good at grumbling. Though the drive isn't ideal there are...

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