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What The Bible Says Good Samaritan's Penny Pulpit by Pastor Ed Rice
What The Bible Says Good Samaritan's Penny Pulpit by Pastor Ed Rice
What The Bible Says Good Samaritan's Penny Pulpit by Pastor Ed Rice
What The Bible Says Good Samaritan's Penny Pulpit by Pastor Ed Rice
What The Bible Says Good Samaritan's Penny Pulpit by Pastor Ed Rice
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Brian McBride Family Mini Revival at First Baptist Church of Ocoee The Brian McBride Family visits bringing great gospel singing and music. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF OCOEE (FUNDAMENTAL,INDEPENDENT, KING ...
Let's Get Back To Preaching by Lester Roloff For more old fashioned preaching and gospel music download the Canaan Radio App available now on iTunes and Google Play. AUDIO sermon of Lester Roloff preach...
We'll Never Say Goodbye In Glory Words and music by John R Rice Sung by Bill Harvey Produced by the Sword Of The Lord www.swordofthelord.com I have no idea how old this record is.
Beyond Drink and Drugs "Beyond Drink and Drugs" is a DVD interview of Tim Brown with Richard Bennett, which gives a firsthand description of the facts. Tim Brown was born in 1953, and by the age of 14, and a Catholic boy, he was drinking weekly. Along with alcohol, by age
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We had an interesting question raised in our Facebook Group recently that we wanted to share more widely (we know that not everyone uses Facebook) I am currently a Worship Leader in training. I also play keys and will be leading from the keyboard. Our church has mainly been acoustic lead by males and only […]The post Is it OK for a female worship leader to ask for a lower key if that messes with the lead guitarist’s sound? appeared first on Musicademy.
TshirtsAre you looking for materials written or produced by the faculty of Ambassador Baptist College? Visit our new online bookstore to purchase books written by faculty members, college musical recordings, and college apparel. Browse our selections and find items to help you grow in your walk with God.The post The Online Bookstore Is Back! appeared first on Ambassador Baptist College.
We had a great service on Sunday here at Vision! Sunday morning Bro. John Pearson brought us our offering devotion from Acts. Then, we had special music by Caroline Penrod, Joanna Bush, Hannah Ewing, Gracie Mize, and Charlotte Penrod on piano. Then, Bro. Gardner preached from Mark 11. On Sunday evening, Jens Looney was our 5 minute preacher and he brought us a message out of 1 John. Then, Brett Broadrick, the WEC representative for the continent of Asia, gave a report on the country of Vietnam, and an update on Kanon and Nancy Bloom, missionaries to China. Then, we had special music performed by Joanna Bush, Lydia Bush, Hannah Ewing, Gracie Mize, and Charlotte Penrod on piano. Then, Bro. Gardner preached on the question of what’s in your heart out of 2 Chronicles 6. If you would like to view this service, please check out our live stream on Facebook.
I don’t know that much about Cardi B or listen to her music, but you gotta give props where props are due when a pop culture icon is speaking truth and just keeping it real!I first saw her go viral on Twitter for her rant against the government, basically asking, “What are you doing with my money?” when she sees nearly 40 percent of her paycheck gone because of taxes, something most of us probably wondered about when we got our first pay check.Cardi B has now confirmed the unexpected news that she’s pregnant at the height of her success, and to the apparent surprise of many of her fans, she is keeping her baby.“It just really bothers me and it disgusts me because I see a lot of women online like, ‘Oh, I feel sorry for you. Oh, your career is over,’” Cardi B said. “And it’s like, why can’t I have both? Like as a woman, why can’t I have both? Like, why do I gotta choose a career or a baby?... I want both… I don’t want people to make me feel like a blessing should be a regret.”She also said that the people around her in the entertainment business wanted her to abort her child. This is yet another tragic example of the fact that women commonly feel pressured into abortion, either by other people or by circumstances. A recent study found that 73.8 percent of women who have had abortions said that they felt pressure from others to abort.She did admit to being a “schmillionaire” and that she is prepared to accept responsibility for her lifestyle choices. Most importantly, she said that she “didn’t want to deal with the whole abortion thing,” intimating that she didn’t want to face the emotional and psychological injury that comes with having an abortion.And she’s right. According to the same study referenced above, 67.5 percent of post-abortive women sought out professional counseling services after their first abortion, compared to only 13 percent who reported seeking counseling before their first pregnancy that resulted in an abortion. Only 6.6 percent of the women reported using prescription drugs for psychological health before their first pregnancy that ended in abortion, compared with 51 percent who said they used prescription drugs after their first abortion.A 2011 peer-reviewed research study on the mental health effects of abortion included a survey of 22 published studies combining data on 877,181 participants, showing that abortion increases the likelihood of depression, anxiety, and reckless behavior such as alcoholism, drug use, and sadly, suicide.Few women in the survey spoke of the contemporary feminist rhetoric of “empowerment” or the need to be competitive in the workplace when it came to their abortion. They instead reported carrying a toxic mix of negative emotions. Both the aforementioned study and Psychology Today attest to the fact that Post Abortion Stress Syndrome (PASS) occurs for women who’ve had an abortion—the symptoms include guilt, anxiety, numbness, depression, flashbacks, and suicidal thoughts. Nearly 32 percent of them expressed no positives from their abortion experience, except to note that it led them to either spiritual growth or pro-life advocacy to persuade other women not to get an abortion.The vast majority of these respondents were older women who are continuing to seek out help, which shows how that one choice is still affecting them to this day. Most women seek an abortion between the ages of 20 and 34, which is typically the education or career engagement season of our lives. Over half of abortions are committed by women who claim a religious affiliation, which is a wake-up call to all of us in the church to be more aware of the needs of those in our own congregations.If you or someone you know is suffering from the emotional aftermath of having an abortion, there is help for you. The number one thing you can do today is repent and receive the forgiveness that is offered in Jesus Christ. There is nothing he won’t heal and nothing he can’t make new again. Allow him to give you a fresh start and an assurance of eternal life. Secondly, it’s okay to admit that you need help, even if you already profess to knowing Christ as your Lord and Savior. Salvation is the starting point, healing is the journey. There are ministries out there who are waiting to hear from you to help walk you through the healing of God’s forgiveness.Cardi B – Congratulations, and thank you for speaking a truth that’s unpopular but is truly empowering for women.If you or someone you know needs to start the healing process of a post-abortive experience, here are some resources to help:Books:Created to Live: Becoming the Answer for an Abortion-Free CommunitySurrendering the Secret: Healing the Heartbreak of AbortionForgiven and Set Free: A Post-Abortion Bible Study for WomenRetreats/Community:Deeper StillOperation OutcrySilent No More Awareness CampaignRachel’s VineyardOther Resources:Care Net’s resources for women impacted by abortion
We had another great Sunday service here at Vision Baptist! Trent Cornwell and Robert Canfield filled in for Bro. Gardner while he was out of town. Sunday morning Sean Chappell brought us the offering devotion from Matthew 6. Then, Trent Cornwell preached from Mark 10. On Sunday evening Lemar White, one of the WEC members, gave an update on the country of Uganda. Justus Mize was our 5 minute preacher and he preached from 2 Corinthians 5. Courtney Mize performed special music. Then, Robert preached on worship out of 2 Chronicles 2. We also had a special prayer over Justus and Courtney Mize as they will be leaving this week to start their 6 month internship in Nepal.
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