101 Small Ways to Share the Gospel

Of all the things that are difficult in the life of a Christian, talking to someone else about the Gospel is probably one of the hardest. For most of us, we’re content to sit in our little church pews and

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Two Men. Two Choices. Two Destinies.

In the 11th century, a poet by the name of Dante Alighieri wrote a three-part epic poem called The Divine Comedy. The most popular of the three parts is called The Inferno, where he travels into Hell and views the

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Do I Have to be at Every Service?

No, you don’t have to be at every service. Next. …. … .. . Chances are, there a few people that read that line, agreed with it, and simply signed off to go about the rest of their day. If

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X Marks What Spot?

“Silver and gold have I none, but what I do have I give to you; In the name of Jesus Christ of Nazareth, walk!” With these simple words from Peter in Acts 3, years of a crippled physique and a

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Would the Apostles Have Forgiven Judas?

Have you ever thought about that before? Ever? Even just a little bit? To be fair, it’s not a question that comes up very often, mostly because it’s essentially a moot point. But hypothetically speaking, let’s pretend that instead of

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