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Lester Roloff sings "Stranger at Blue Galilee" on Christian radio Christian radio is such a blessing. I was driving along Defeated Creek Lake in Tennessee as preacher Lester Roloff sang about the "Stranger at Blue Galilee" ...
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Yes, it’s time for another Ezekiel Lesson. “Every morning except Sunday,” or so it’s been for years. But today, a Saturday, no Lesson. We will be right back to it Monday, the Lord willing. Today we drive from Tunnel Hill, Georgia, about 25 miles south of Chattanooga, Tennessee … to Covington, Indiana … close to […]
Dear Friends,In an age when assisted suicide has been deemed acceptable public policy, it becomes necessary for Christians to unapologetically stand up for the dignity and worth of every human being, no matter what stage of life they are in or what occupation they have.In the professional world, it’s easy to view jobs through the prism of worldly prestige and monetary worth—a film actor in Hollywood is seen as a much more important person than the cashier behind the counter at a grocery store. As Christians, however, we see these two jobs as equal in dignity and value, because God makes no distinction in worth between them. The actor is called to use his or her skills to further truth, goodness, and beauty through the art form of their acting abilities, thereby imparting new and cathartic insights about the mysteries of existence to the public. In a different but no less valuable way, the grocery store cashier is called to further truth, goodness, and beauty by being knowledgeable, kind, and helpful to his or her customers, thereby creating a life-giving and positive experience to every individual they serve.Analogously, all people, no matter how old or young, have a role to play in furthering the kingdom of God on earth. As Chris Hazell has written, we discover our role primarily by living in community with others. One of the great tragedies of modern times is the increased isolation that many in our society live in. What we often fail to understand is that instead of taking away our freedom and autonomy, living in community with others actually strengthens our sense of self. God created us for communion, declaring that “it is not good that man should be alone” (Gen 2:18). In the above referenced article, Hazel relates a beautiful quote from Henri J.M. Nouwen: “That is the great joy of being chosen: the discovery that others are chosen as well. In the house of God there are many mansions. There is a place for everyone - a unique, special place.”Thank you for your prayers and for your continued support of FRC and the family.Sincerely,Dan Hart Managing Editor for Publications Family Research Council FRC ArticlesTrump's right: Transgender patriotism isn't the issue — military readiness is – Tony PerkinsWhy We Were Right to Pray for President Trump – Tony Perkins6 Ways Governor Brownback Can Prioritize International Religious Freedom – Travis Weber11 Reasons Why Assisted Suicide Must End – Dan HartBackpage.com and Human Trafficking: What is Christian America’s Response? – Mary BeasleyNo, Rev. 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Rosa Nell Speer Powell, age 94 of Winchester, passed away on Tuesday, May 16, 2017 at Southern Tennessee Regional Medical Center. She was born in Double Springs, Alabama on September 21, 1922 to the late George Thomas and Lena Darling Brock Speer. Mrs. Powell was a member of First Church of the Nazarene in Nashville.
I am scheduled for surgery December 17th. Please keep me in your prayers, but especially pray for my wife and the church. I have already started scheduling men to fill the pulpit. Dr. Joe Bryant, an evangelist from Tennessee will be preaching December 21st. Brother Joe is a great man of God and a powerful […]
I had the privilege of speaking at the Sunday morning chapel service for the Tennessee Titans this past weekend. Reggie, their team chaplain, has a long […]
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