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  1. THE PANDEMIC COVID_19, A SPIRITUAL WARFARE by Dr Surya Kumar Daimari  
    The Pandemic is perhaps hitting at the pulse of the Church life and its activities. It has locked down the Churches all over the world. This is a disrupting time " disrupting all kinds of activities, inside and out. Believe that the Pandemic is more than a Pandemic physical disease but rather a kind of spiritual warfare for every child of God that we have to fight with.

  2. Churches Disputes by Sue Darling  
    We all suffer from blind spots. And sometimes it is no use pointing it out to us, because more times than not we won't believe it. Not until the Holy Spirit reveals it do we believe.

  3. Top 3 Reasons Pastors' Kids Struggle With the Faith by Ogaga Eruteya  
    Ever wondered why certain preachers' kids find it hard getting along in the faith? Some eventually abandon the faith their parents preached. Find out in this post, 3 factors often responsible for this.

  4. A new Year by Stanley Davis  
    Today marks the beginning of a new year and also the beginning of the next decade.

  5. The Right Kind of Church by Tonja Taylor  
    Heaven will be the ultimate Church--with humans from every language, color, and race! Let us have Heaven on earth here, for, if you cut us, WE ALL BLEED RED!

  6. A Different Kind of Christmas by Tonja Taylor  
    At Christmas time, I expected and prepared for a God-venture, and I the LORD rewarded me!

  7. Grading Christian Truths on a Scale of Importance by Max Aplin  
    Some truths of the Christian faith are vastly more important than others. Many Christians today are poor at grading biblical truths in terms of importance. We all need subtlety and discernment in this area.

  8. What's Under Your Hood? by J Patrick Bowman  
    External accessories to our Christian walk may seem trendy and enjoyable, but it's what's under our hood that counts.

  9. The Importance of Regular Corporate Worship by Mark Nickles  
    At some point, you've probably heard someone say, "I can be a Christian without going to church." While the statement is technically correct, the person who neglects worship is actually neglecting God's plan for them.

  10. Pastors and their Pets Reach Out in Ministry by Greg Miller  
    Pastors and their pets reach out in ministry.

  11. Man Sets Goals for 2019 by Greg Miller  
    A man sets goals for 2019.

  12. WHY DO YOU ATTEND YOUR CHURCH? by ralph jackson  
    Habits are formed at an early age and it can be difficult to break them. We are groomed by our parents and peers throughout our childhood and much of what we learn stays with us. That is why change can be difficult. To change our mind about an ingrained belief is very hard to do but with God's help even a leopard can change its spots.

  13. DOG FOOD ON MY SHOE by linzy bruno  
    ".... Hes always the first one mention the positive side of things, she found herself thinking quite often..." (Intended for use in Sunday school)

  14. Returning to My Roots: A Sincere Apology by Jennie Malcolmmm  
    Modern life brings us a lot of problems. How to solve them? Why solve them? And who can help us with this?

  15. There Is No Such Thing as a Christian Half-Brother or Half-Sister by Max Aplin  
    There are some Christians who tend to view believers outside their own denomination as kind of half-brothers and half-sisters in Christ. However, we must avoid being too intolerant of the views of other Christians. We should regard people who profess Christian faith as full brothers and sisters, unless they do or say something intolerable, in which case we should treat them as false Christians. There is no halfway house.

  16. Christians Need to Be Careful Who They Have Fellowship With by Max Aplin  
    The Bible teaches that Christians should not normally associate closely with people who call themselves Christians but are unrepentant of serious sin, including the sin of teaching heresy. If we do, it is likely that we will be badly influenced and that our Christian ministry will become less effective.

  17. Discouraged by the State of Our Churches by Jennifer Rubino Champion  
    People are falling away from churches while others are growing but maybe not in the right direction. Are you discouraged by the state of our churches? You are not alone.

  18. You Are A Ministry by Joseph LaValley  
    If you are a born-again son or daughter of God then you are qualified and empowered to bring Christ's presence into all of life's situations. You are a ministry!

  19. 5 Interesting Facts You Never Knew About St. Barnabas by Ogaga Eruteya  
    Although not a popular figure in church history, Barnabas lived an exemplary life believers can take after and played crucial, strategic roles that helped the growth and sustenance of the church. Learn more about him in this post.

  20. Should Christians Treat One Day of the Week as a Special Day? Part 2 by Max Aplin  
    Christians do not have to treat any day of the week as a special day. However, it is not wrong to do this, and there are good reasons for believing that many early Christians treated a day as special. There are potential dangers with observing a special day and with not observing one.

  21. Should Christians Treat One Day of the Week as a Special Day? Part 1 by Max Aplin  
    Christians do not have to treat any day of the week as a special day. However, it is not wrong to do this, and there are good reasons for believing that many early Christians treated a day as special. There are potential dangers with observing a special day and with not observing one.

  22. Special Event for Dogs Becomes Extra Church Fellowship Dinner by Greg Miller  
    A party to reward two dogs for their patrolling efforts evolves into an extra church fellowship dinner.

  23. How Often Should Christians Eat the Lord's Supper? by Max Aplin  
    The Bible suggests that it was normal for the early Christians to eat the Lord's Supper at least once a week. Churches today should ordinarily aim to follow the practice of the early church in this respect. The Supper is best understood as more than just a symbolic way for us to focus our minds on Jesus' death.

  24. Couple Discuss Church They Attend with Best Friends by Greg Miller  
    A couple discuss their church with their best friends.

  25. New Christians Should Be Baptized Immediately by Max Aplin  
    Today there is usually a significant time interval between a person coming to Christian faith and being baptized. Part of the reason for this is so that people can arrange to be present to witness the baptism. In the early church, however, new Christians were typically baptized as soon as they became believers. We should follow the lead of the early church in this area.


  27. A Time to Avoid Speaking in Tongues by Max Aplin  
    In 1 Corinthians 14 Paul tells his readers not to speak out loud in tongues during church services unless they aim to have the words interpreted into intelligible language. This teaching applies just as much today. When it is not followed, people can be put off the Christian faith and there can be disorder.

  28. Vacation Bible School (Book 1) by Richard L. Provencher  
    This Christian program is one of 5 different themes written by Esther and Richard L. Provencher for five consecutive Vacation Bible School summers at Abundant Life Victory Church in Bible Hill, Nova Scotia, Canada. They are now available at no charge for use by any interested group, and posted on site. Have fun.

  29. Four Reasons Not to Use the King James Version by Max Aplin  
    There are various problems with using the King James Version of the Bible today. The old-fashioned language can often give the impression that the Christian faith is rather out of date and irrelevant. Changes in the English language over the last 400 years mean that modern readers often misinterpret what is being said. The translators made numerous significant mistakes. And the New Testament is based on a poor Greek text.

  30. Beware of Becoming Attached to Church Traditions by Max Aplin  
    All too often churches allow traditions to become entrenched without proper consideration. Everything in a church that is not of first importance should be held loosely, and whenever potential improvements are recognised they should be put into effect without delay. There are times when upsetting some church members is a necessary price to pay for a church to move forward.


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