How did you two meet?

Published in Faith @ Work

 

Choosing a college is one of the most important decisions young people face. Over 4,000 universities are scattered around the United States and the decision can be daunting, to say the least. This decision is not one to be taken lightly either. Choosing a college has lasting significance on the trajectory of the lives of the kids we love in more ways than one. College presents young people with new ideas and experiences that will shape them, mold them and, if they choose, allow them to be the best they can be for a waiting world.

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Although I can’t recall the circumstances, I remember deciding to run away from home. I was mad because I didn’t get my way. While I jammed things into my bulging suitcase, my mind churned. How far could I walk before dark? Where would I sleep? What would I eat? Tears stung my eyes. I felt sorry for myself.

 

My mother appeared. “What are you doing?”

 

“Running away!” I announced, hoping to upset her.

Published in Articles
Monday, 03 March 2014 13:55

The Key to Life

Life is about relationships, and these relationships are the framework of our lives. God created us to have a relationship with Him. Our relationship with God must be the priority of our lives. Relationships in marriage, family, church, school, the work place, and our community serve as the platform for glorifying God and for serving others. Jesus reminded us that the key to good relationships is love.

Published in Pastor's Perspective
Monday, 03 March 2014 13:51

Killing Jesus

First Bill O’Reilly and Martin Dugard teamed up to write a book about Killing Lincoln and it sold more than a million copies. They followed it up with Killing Kennedy and it sold briskly as well. And now they turn their attention to their greatest subject: Jesus of Nazareth. Killing Jesus: A History is a short biography of Jesus, focusing on the events leading to his death.

Published in Books to Read
Thursday, 27 February 2014 18:24

Faith on the Silver Screen

 

A recent article by Andrew Romano of The Daily Beast, “Hollywood Declares 2014 the Year of the Bible,” posed a pop quiz:

 

How many of the top 15 highest-U.S.-grossing movies of all time - adjusted for inflation - star comic-book characters?

Answer: Zero.

 

And how many are based on the Bible?

Answer: Two.

 

Published in Bob Crittendon
Friday, 21 February 2014 18:18

What is Biblical Counseling?

 

Biblical counseling reflects the Scriptures at every point (major and minor). That means that every bit of advice you get from your counselor should have solid biblical support. At any point in the process, you have the right to stop and ask him to explain the biblical basis for his counsel.

 

Published in Counselors Corner
Friday, 21 February 2014 18:13

Investing and Loans

 

Q. I’m a little worried about investing in the market due to volatility. Are there safer investments?

 

Published in Dave Ramsey Says
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