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Morning Service - 10/25/2020 Thank you for joining us this morning for our morning service. God bless you!
How to Get Your Record Cleared - Fundamental Baptist Preaching! Defining and illustrating imputed righteousness in salvation, this message was preached on Sunday morning, Oct. 25, 2020, by Pastor Michael D. O'Neal at ...
October 25th 2020 Sunday Morning Service - Lighthouse Baptist Church of Jackson GA Live Stream broadcast of Lighthouse Baptist Church of Jackson GA. We have resumed our normal schedule. Sunday School @ 9:30. Sunday Service ...
Limiting God Limiting God Sunday Morning Service Pastor Sutton Music Credits: All Hail The Power is in the Public Domain: ...
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The following is a transcript of Todd’s morning radio commentary. A 13-year-old boy who says he's a girl has announced... View ArticleThe post 13-year-old Boy Who Expresses Himself as a Girl Says “Gender is Over” appeared first on Todd Starnes.
Together, we discover Deuteronomy's Good News.I first met “Carmen” and her husband after church one morning in midsummer. Raised in Spain, Carmen had been baptized as an infant and had a nominally religious background. She’d recently moved to Canada and, after a series of events, including the death of a friend named Grace and an early morning Google search, she found Grace Toronto Church—and arrived the first time wearing her pajamas.Carmen kept coming back, week after expectant week, growing more eager to read and understand the Bible for herself. Her bursting curiosity and acute spiritual hunger struck me when she and her family came over for lunch several weeks later. In late August, I asked Carmen to join me and two other women in studying the Bible.The book we studied together? Deuteronomy.A Very Good Place to StartIn the early years of our marriage, my husband, Ryan, and I often led evangelistic Bible studies with colleagues and neighbors. We’d read and discuss Scripture passages, usually from the Gospels, sharing observations and fielding questions. I can assure you that we never offered to study Deuteronomy with our spiritually seeking friends.It can be tempting to feel like the Old Testament is something to be embarrassed about, with its purported misogyny, accounts of genocide, and sexually repressive rules. Deuteronomy (and some other Old Testament books) might be likened to the eccentric uncle you hope will miss this year’s Thanksgiving dinner. Yes, your odd uncle is a part of the family, but it might be safer to introduce him to your boyfriend once there’s a ring on your finger.No doubt, there are challenges in reading Deuteronomy with a spiritual seeker—and I worried about all of them. Deuteronomy gives ...Continue reading...
Sick Joe Scarborough’s pitiful public disintegration continues. Yesterday, we caught him, his face contorted in an ugly snarl, screaming at Trump voters that they were “stupid” for continuing to support the president. On today’s Morning Joe, Scarborough took things a disgusting step further, saying of President Trump that: “Nobody’s ever done so much to kill so many people. That […]
How African American churches are ministering to the mental health of their communities.Rosalynn Brookins accidentally tasted her first drink at 14, when she thought her father’s gin was water. Once she felt the heat going down, she craved more. It numbed her and gave her unexplainable power. She went through high school and college as a functional alcoholic. She discovered cocaine at 18, which led to an $800-a-week drug habit.In 1991, at 30, Brookins was working as a second-grade teacher at an elementary school in Virginia. In between classes and leading the Just Say No campaign, she would get high on cocaine in the bathroom.After work one day, Brookins was confronted by her best friend, who told her she needed help. Her friend also brought along the man Brookins was dating and would eventually marry, a renowned African Methodist Episcopal (AME) church bishop and civil rights leader named Hamel Hartford Brookins, commonly known as H. H.H. H. knew about her struggles, but they chose not to go public at their church or elsewhere. “I was looking for Jesus to help me,” Brookins recalls. “And the church wasn’t the place for that. If I went to service in the Methodist church, they told me my dress was too short. When I went to church at Church of God in Christ, they said I had too much makeup on. So, church for me was not a place of healing or redemption.”Tired of the gin and tonic and cocaine ruling her life for over 16 years, Brookins was ready to feel again and get her life back—especially now that she was dating a God-fearing man. She had never experienced a close relationship sober. So she checked into a rehabilitation center for 120 days.Partway into her time there, something broke loose in Brookins during a morning group session on molestation. As a woman in the group ...Continue reading...
The following is a transcript of Todd’s morning radio commentary. Hello Americans. I'm Todd Starnes with news and commentary next.... View ArticleThe post “CROSSED THE LINE”: Pro-Trump Homeowners Threatened in New Hampshire, Missouri appeared first on Todd Starnes.
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