Banking

By Glen Schmucker It’s time to do some banking today. The nice thing is that I don’t have to take time out of my schedule to go to the bank. I can do it all with my smart phone. I’ll take a picture of the checks, tap a button and it’s done. That’s not including the fact that I...
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The Blood Moon Temptation

By Garrett Vickrey Pastor John Hagee has just announced to his San Antonio congregation (and worldwide audience) that there will be a world-shaking event sometime between this April and October 2015. Yes, that’s correct. He is predicting that sometime within the next year and a...
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Paying Attention

By Ellen Di Giosia I’ve been giving up things for Lent for a number of years now, and it’s become a bit mundane. I could give up Starbucks, of course, or chocolate, or eating out, but I’d just go hog-wild on Easter Sunday, and something tells me that Jesus wouldn’t care for that....
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Hope

              By Lance Mayes Hope is a big deal to me. With out hope I would be, well, hopeless and that’s a very bad place to be. Have you known someone who was hopeless? It is beyond sad. People without hope see no light at the end of the...
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