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A City on the Hill

Ye are the light of the world. A city that is set on a hill cannot be hid. I would like to share with you how the grace of God can redeem a lost soul. A man I know was a fitness instructor working in a large health club in Indiana. He was raised Roman […]

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Witnessing: Why Is It Our Calling?

Witnessing can be done in different areas. To witness is very hard work! To do it right you must be humble, have knowledge in the scripture, do it boldly and to the glory and honor of God. Jesus tells us in Matthew 10:32, “Whosoever therefore shall confess me before men, him will I confess also […]

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It’s A Small World After All

Ghana? Where’s that?” My dad has always had this way of being subtle. I have to ask specific questions if I want to know the details. He had just told me that he and my mom were going to Ghana. He answered my question by pointing silently to a place on the globe that we […]

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Our Mission Work

What is mission work? Mission work is the means God uses to preach the gospel of salvation. The Lord uses the preach­ers sent by His church to proclaim Christ to the wandering and lost sheep of the house of Israel (Matthew 1:6; 15:24). Through mission work, es­tablished churches call those outside of Christ to repentance […]

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The Salt of the Earth

“Follow me, and I will make you fishers of men” (Matthew 4:19b). As a child, I always loved this story of Jesus calling Peter and his brother Andrew to serve His ministry as disciples. In those years, it was not the message that I found delightful, but the image of two men with fishing-poles casting, […]

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Voyage of the Phoenix

This is the first article in a series on missions and witnessing. Some of the articles will focus on the church-bodily function of mission work, while others will center on the individual calling to be a witness of God’s Name through our everyday lives. This particular one will address the matter of witnessing through the […]

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Little Bilney: Ready to Witness

Sitting on the grassy slope were hundreds of onlookers. It was August 19, 1531 just outside of Norwich, England. Torn between two religions, England was a bloody sight. In 1531, she had not yet broken from Rome, although King Henry VIII was rearing that decree. Protestants and Catholics alike were suffering from the prolonged civil […]

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