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April 2010

THE LOST FORTUNE

For years the rock served as a doorstop on John Reed’s North Carolina farm. The old Hessian farmer’s son Conrad found the seventeen pound rock in the creek bed but no one thought much of it. It wasn’t until 1802 that a Fayetteville jeweler examined it and then offered $3.50 to the farmer for the […]

BUILDING STRONG FAITH FOR LIFE’S BATTLES

Our hope isn’t wishful thinking it is the practice of bringing our thought life into line with our new status as children of God. We are talking about confessing what is and anticipating that it will transform how we live.

WHAT IS THE WORTH OF THE AMERICAN CHRISTIAN?

You don’t have to measure up to the world’s standards to find a refuge. Sure He wants you to overcome whatever bondage you’re facing, but He already loves you very much.