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A Christian understanding of medicine

A Christian understanding of medicine

She felt nothing but sadness, though there was little in her life to warrant such sadness. She had trouble getting out of bed, yet even when she did, she could barely muster the energy to perform e... » Read More
We are all Georg Neumark

We are all Georg Neumark

When was the last time you felt desperate? When you do, consider the life of Georg Neumark. » Read More
Evil and injustice in a Sudanese prison

Evil and injustice in a Sudanese prison

We pastors are often accused of exaggerating the persecution of Christians around the world. But if you look closely, such persecution is growing at a rapid pace. » Read More
The healing power of forgiveness

The healing power of forgiveness

In my work facilitating support groups for people in crisis, I have become acutely aware that forgiveness promotes recovery. However, it's not just crises that bring about the need for forgiveness.... » Read More
Teens get guidance, support at Springfield UMC

Teens get guidance, support at Springfield UMC

Being a teen has never been easy, but being a teen in 2014 is especially tough with the epidemic of school shootings, cyber bullying, drug use, teen suicide and other serious issues throughout the ... » Read More
Random thoughts from an Italian train

Random thoughts from an Italian train

I write this on a train from Verona to Bologna, Italy, as my wife, son and I go to visit one of our former exchange students, Michela Scomparin. Tomorrow we are in Siena to visit Arturo Turillazzi,... » Read More
Savannah Christian Church  breaks ground on student building

Savannah Christian Church breaks ground on student building

The Effingham campus of Savannah Christian Church broke ground Sunday for a new student building. » Read More
Why helping people still matters

Why helping people still matters

Christians often feel a responsibility to help others God places in their path. Many times, the benefits of that assistance can be readily seen; the person we help thanks us and uses our assistance... » Read More

Considering the great ‘undone’

Every Sunday throughout the world, billions of men, women and children in Christian churches confess their sins before God. We confess that we have sinned against God by things we have done and by ... » Read More
FBC Rincon honors its longtime pianist

FBC Rincon honors its longtime pianist

First Baptist Church of Rincon honored Linda Morgan for her three decades as the church's pianist. » Read More

Gratitude begins where entitlement ends

There is a saying that gratitude begins when one's sense of entitlement ends. Have you ever considered how often you feel grateful for something compared to the situations in which you felt entitle... » Read More

Receiving what we don’t deserve

When you hear the word "grace," what comes to mind? » Read More


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