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When in doubt, go home
Wednesday, July 16, 2014
For most of my life, I have been the kind of person who found it hard to ask anybody for anything. Asking for help was like declaring defeat. So I spent a good portion of my adult life consumed with making it on my own. The joke on me was that I had just enough success to actually believe that what I achieved was done so mostly by my own devices.
Pastors call for protection of traditional marriage
Tuesday, July 15, 2014
RALEIGH – Several area pastors delivered passionate speeches from the steps of the Capitol building Tuesday urging legislators to protect traditional marriage. North Carolina Pastors Network members called on Governor Pat McCrory to defend marriage for all states that fall under the 4th Circuit, on the heels of the Circuit Court of Appeals’
Temple of Deliverance hits mark with new CD
Wednesday, July 9, 2014
The Temple of Deliverance COGIC church’s 200-voice women’s choir has been taking the gospel music world by storm with its Top 20 radio smash “Everybody Praise.” Now, the Memphis-based ensemble is rocking the gospel world again with its last radio single “Breakthrough” from its Top 10 CD “In the Sanctuary. This
8 questions to ask when preparing your sermons
Wednesday, July 9, 2014
I believe that the best model to follow in the history of preaching is Jesus. It isn’t John the Baptist, Paul or any contemporary speaker alive today. Jesus was THE Master Communicator. The Bible says in Matthew 7:28 that “the crowds were amazed at Jesus’ sermons.” Why? Because both the content and the delivery came straight from the
Survey: Domestic violence rarely addressed
Wednesday, July 2, 2014
NASHVILLE – A new survey from LifeWay Research found most Protestant senior pastors say they know victims of domestic violence and believe stopping abuse is a pro-life issue. But, according to the study, those pastors seldom address domestic violence from the pulpit and less than half have been trained in how to help victims. Those are among the
Never too late for sexual purity
Wednesday, July 2, 2014
HOUSTON – Sexual purity isn't taught in the homes of many teens Leah Holder addresses through Going Higher Ministries, an outreach she founded to teach Bible-based sexual abstinence to singles. But the 25-year-old virgin believes it's never too late to learn. The University of Texas law student and member of Fallbrook Church in Houston wrote the 2013

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How to end the violence in “Chiraq”

Between July 3-7, 82 people were wounded and 16 killed by gunfire. If you think I’m

NC mayor marches to DC to urge Medicaid expansion

The Republican mayor of the small town of Belhaven, North Carolina, began a 273-mile walk to