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There are things we dream of doing one day, and there are things we wish we could forget. In the Bible, it says that Jesus came to make all things new. What would your life look like if you could start over with a clean slate?

Jesus bravely sacrificed his life for you - this was all part of God’s plan to bring you and I back into relationship with him. He came, and died, and rose again to wipe the slate clean. God wants to be a part of your life. Is this the life for you?

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Filling the Void

My military career was off to a great start. I was on the college rowing team, had the position of Recruit Section Commander, and was performing well academically. I was popular with many great friends. I had everything going for me and life couldn’t be much better. Yet I still felt empty inside. It was as... >Read More



Trying to Answer the Why?

We've all asked “why?” at some point or another.  Chris Keith has been asking why for most of his life. He was 12 years old when his grandparents decided he was old enough to know the truth.  His whole family - his parents and his older brother Mikey - did not die in a car accident as he has been... >Read More



Who Benefits From Prayer?

CNN ran an interview this morning that caught my attention. Anderson Cooper was interviewing Christopher Hitchens the author of God Is Not Great.  Hitchens is quite famous for his views against the existence of God.  He is also currently battling a very lethal form of cancer.  Cooper wondered if the disease had changed his beliefs at all.  Hitchens...... >Read More



Kevorkian: Not Ready to Die

Dr. Jack Kevorkian has been called many things. To some he’s an angel of mercy, to others an angel of death.  I never expected him to be a cynic. Kevorkian is famous for his role in over 130 assisted suicides – a procedure he refers to  as Patholysis.  In an interview with CNN’s Dr. Sanjay Gupta they explained the term: "Path... >Read More



9/11 and You

My sister had a 9:00 a.m. appointment at the World Trade Center. On September 12. Since September 11, 2001, I've often wondered what might have happened had her appointment been a day earlier or the terrorist attacks a day later. I could have been walking the streets of New York City with her picture. What were your feelings that tragic...... >Read More



Men of Prowess: The Code of Chivalry as a Standard of Excellence

Mention “chivalry” today and the conversation quickly turns toward subjects of romance and courteousness. Gentlemen holding the door for ladies, paying for dinner, offering their seats on a crowded bus … these are the images that typically spring to mind whenever issues of gender roles, etiquette, male chauvinism and the revival of chivalry...... >Read More



Lesson 3: Power for Living a Dynamic Christian Life

This is part 3 to a 4 part series - Lessons for Christian Living We face choices every day. As we make these choices, how do we see life from God’s perspective and live in a way that pleases Him? The Holy Spirit is the power source for the Christian life. Just as our relationship with God depends totally on what God... >Read More



Lesson 2: Experiencing God’s Love and Forgiveness

This is part 2 in a 4 part series - Lessons for Christian Living It was a small thing-a driver cut you off, a classmate insulted you, your spouse forgot to pick you up-but suddenly you’re swearing and yelling. Or perhaps you find yourself tempted by other actions and attitudes, like gossip or bitterness, that take your focus off God. These...... >Read More


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