Spiritual Growth

The Christmas Story

The Gospel according to Luke (Luke 2:1-20) About that time Caesar Augustus ordered a census to be taken throughout the Empire. This was the first census when Quirinius was the governor of Syria. Everyone had to travel to his hometown to be accounted for. So Joseph went from the Galilean town of Nazareth up to Bethlehem in Judah, David's hometown,...

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Is Your Testimony Reliable?
Is Your Testimony Reliable?

This is part 3 of 33. Click here to go back to the past video in the series We all learned in the last video that history is defined by having knowledge of the past based on testimony.  Can we prove that George Washington lived? Yes, by physical testimony.  We all leave a foot print on the fabric of history but the question is, is it reliable,...

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What is Truth?
What is Truth?

What is truth to you?  Is the bible always truth? Does truth change day to day according to circumstances? Back in the day when they thought the world was flat, that was truth, but in reality the world was not flat at all This is what Josh says in the video: “Then let me ask you a question.  When people believed the earth was flat, was it...

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Be the Best I can be, Today
Be the Best I can be, Today

I am 41 and spent Mother’s day morning getting up at 5:30 (yes a.m.) by choice to do a 10km run. (Run is a strong word).  Now before you shut me off and say this doesn’t apply to you, just stick with me for a moment.  I am NOT one of those super fit types that loves to exercise.  (I really don’t understand that thinking myself)  My story...

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Life After Death at Halloween
Life After Death at Halloween

One of humanity's quirks is that people actually like to be scared. At least, pretend scared. Kids (and often adults) dress up as ghouls, ghosts, pirates, and their favorite costumed superheros and villains and run around from house to house shouting "Trick of Treat!" and demanding candy. I've always thought Halloween is one of the weirdest holidays:...

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Top 10 “Unanswerable” Questions
Top 10 "Unanswerable" Questions

Which question would you most like to find an answer to? According to search engine Ask.com (formerly known as Ask Jeeves, which is still its moniker in the UK) the following are the top ten "unanswerable" questions: 1. What is the meaning of life? 2. Is there a God? 3. Do blondes have more fun? 4. What is the best diet? 5. Is there anybody...

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Seeking 9/11 Reconciliation
Seeking 9/11 Reconciliation

When both US president Barack Obama and Catholic Pope Benedict XVI advise you that your plans are a bad idea, that's usually a good sign that you should think twice about what you're doing. Terry Jones would be well advised to listen to their advice. His tiny 30 member group, ironically named the "Dove World Outreach Church" in Gainesville, Florida,...

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How to Be Successful and Satisfied
How to Be Successful and Satisfied

Success is:______. How would you fill in the blank? "That's easy," you might say. "Success is ... for an athlete, winning the Super Bowl, the World Series, or a gold medal: for an entertainer, winning an Oscar, a Grammy, or an Emmy; for a businessperson, being a top executive with one of the Fortune 500 companies: for a university student, being...

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