Culture

Celebrating the Kingdom of God Through the Feasts

Of all the various feasts in the Bible, three are known as the great “pilgrimage” feasts because the men of Israel were required to travel to Jerusalem in order to observe them. First is Passover or Pesach, then Pentecost or Shavuot and lastly the Feast of Tabernacles or Sukkot. All three feasts celebrate some aspect […]

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90 Minutes in Heaven Gives Viewers a Glimpse into Eternity

Pastor Don Piper was driving home one afternoon from a weekend seminar; however, the pastor took a different route. While crossing a bridge, Piper was hit by a semi-truck and killed. Medics proclaimed the pastor dead, but when a fellow pastor prayed at the scene, Don quickly came alive. Follow the story of Death, Life, […]

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What’s On Your Produce Impacts Your Health

  Sadly we are all, at one time or another, affected by friends or family battling or succumbing to cancer. In 2008 cancer was the leading cause of death worldwide with 12.7 million new cases and 7.6 million deaths. The National Cancer Institute states that only 5 to 10 percent of cancers are caused by […]

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Fasting for Body, Soul and Spirit

  It goes against the grain for the average American to deny himself anything, let alone food. As a self-confessed chocoholic, fasting to aid in healing my Lyme disease induced arthritis was never my first option. When the side effects of conventional medications became unbearable, a nutritionist opened my eyes to the dismal state of […]

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Choral Music in a World of Fading Arts

  As the world becomes more and more centered on technology and science, the arts seem to be fading. While math and science are necessary, it’s essential we don’t lose sight of the beautiful effect music has on people. One of the most influential ways to study music is through a choir. Chorus America launched […]

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