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The Silent Vote

During this day of elections, I have encountered several people that are participating by non-participation. It seems almost spiritual as they talk of not voting because there is not a suitable candidate. Some of these individuals are seemingly faithful Christians and I believe they love the Lord. However, I find too much in the Bible [&hellip

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2008 Pre-Election Op-Ed

Guest post by Joe Crews Confederate General Jeb Stuart once remarked that he did not want to survive the death of liberty in his country. On May 12, 1864 his wish was granted.On May 11, Stuart was fatally wounded during a Calvary charge. In this time of immense challenge and opportunity, I think we all [&hellip

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Happy Birthday Darwin

Today marks the birthday of the equivalent of “Moses” to a major religion on this planet. Charles Darwin did not invent evolutionary theory, but he certainly became the lynchpin figure in its ascent. Those who would deny biblical accounts of creation rally around his life and work. They make much ado of how special creation [&hellip

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We need more like Dutch

Today was the 98th anniversary of  Ronald Wilson Reagan’s birthday. Looking at his life, it becomes clear the kind of impact that can be made by a person prepared for their hour. He was was not afraid to speak the truth and then pursue the coarse it set him on.  He spoke with conviction and [&hellip

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Initially and Eventually

I have a mentor that once shared a simple yet illuminating concept with me. It is the idea of Initially vs. Eventually. In evaluating goals or beliefs, time will be the most accurate test. I may tell you I want to lose weight. Initially, you will believe me if you feel I have integrity. If [&hellip

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