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Franklin Graham: Courts Are Crucial, but God Is Supreme

The 2024 elections are still more than a year away, but the historic Supreme Court decisions from this past June remind us just how far-reaching election results can be. In a landmark 6-3 decision, the justices ruled in favor of Colorado Christian graphic designer Lorie Smith, who did not want to use her design skills to promote same-sex weddings. This has struck a tremendous blow to the LGBTQ lobby, which seeks to force its immoral lifestyle on any who disagree, particularly, Bible-believing Christians who stand on God’s Word, which does not condone any form of homosexual or transgender behavior.  This […]

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Point University Equips the Next Generation On-Campus and Online

Point University is a private institution that educates students to impact culture for Christ. The University provides a broad, comprehensive curriculum designed to prepare students for their chosen professions, awarding associate, bachelor’s and master’s degrees. Point is equipping the next generation to take their faith into the marketplace in new and culturally relevant ways — to erase the lines between who they are and what they do so that they see life and mission as one and the same.  About Point University Founded in 1937 as Atlanta Christian College, Point University originally devoted its attention to the education of ministers, […]

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EXPERIENCE AN ELEVATED EDUCATION

For over 150 years, Milligan University has prepared men and women to be servant-leaders. Our focus on scholarship, community, and faith inspires students to make a difference. Nationally Recognized Academics U.S. News ranks Milligan among the top 12 regional universities in the South, and among the top two in value. Our business, education, engineering, and nursing programs, among others, are well respected and recognized. Connect the Classroom to the World Our professors design projects to address real issues. Engineering students purify water for rural communities. Chemistry and biology students improve antibiotics for cystic fibrosis patients. Ministry students visit innovative churches […]

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Your Work Matters to God

On September 4, Americans celebrate the federal holiday known as Labor Day. So I’d like to give you a word of eternal encouragement about your labor: No matter where you work and what you do, your work matters to God. First, we must remember that work is not a result of the fall of Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden. Work was given to them before they sinned and rebelled against God. Work is one of God’s many good gifts to mankind. Theologians frequently refer to this as the Cultural Mandate or the Creation Mandate. “God created man […]

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PBA Equips Believers to Faithfully Defend the Gospel through Apologetics

Dr. Paul Gould was confronted with the truth of the gospel when he was just 18 years old, a freshman in college.   “Someone shared the gospel with me, and I realized that if what that person was saying was actually true, then I had missed the boat,” said Gould. “I had grown up in church, but I just didn’t have an understanding of the gospel, and I didn’t know Jesus personally.”    A faith journey This evangelistic encounter sent Gould on a journey as a freshman in college, and he began going to an apologetics class with a friend.  “I […]

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Covid and Christianity, What Happens Now?

The church in the words of C.S. Lewis, “…exists for nothing else but to draw men into Christ, to make them little Christs. If they are not doing that, all the cathedrals, clergy, missions, sermons, even the Bible itself, are simply a waste of time.”  There is absolutely no doubt that the Church in our post-pandemic world has changed. Just ask any Christian how their faith has been impacted since the “pandemic” and you are likely to get an ear full. If you ask your local pastor the same question, they are apt to take you down a path of […]

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Prayer Changes Almost Everything

God has commanded us and encouraged us to pray, and if we are going to be obedient to His revealed will, we must live a life marked by prayer.  “Be joyful in hope, patient in affliction, faithful in prayer” (Romans 12:12). “Pray continually; give thanks in all circumstances, for this is God’s will for you in Christ Jesus” (1 Thessalonians 5:17-18). We are commanded to pray, but we are not to come to our Lord out of a sense of duty. Rather, we come into His presence because of a thankful, joy-filled devotion to the One who invites us to […]

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All’s Well That Ends Well

Manuel Sibila and I entered his Rambler, dialed WKIZ/AM and prepared to start celebrating the end of another school week by listening to tunes. Instead we heard chaotic reporting of an ongoing event that shook the world. As a high school freshman and a recent arrival to this country, it seemed inconceivable to me that the President had been shot and killed that November afternoon. The loss of JFK was a reality check for baby boomers. All of us would always remember where we were when we heard the news; it would never be the same again.  Tradition, transgression and […]

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Make Time to Grieve

Summer is a fun time for families. There are visits and visiting, playing at the splash park, going to the beach, vacation Bible school and many other activities to keep the body and mind busy. It is good when the mind is busy, and if you are like me, your mind may be far too busy. Most of us do not like to think about, much less talk about our grief, but the reality is that we all have loss, and we all grieve. We also carry that grief with us to work, school and the marketplace even when we […]

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The Promise of a Brighter Tomorrow

“We know that all things work together for good to those who love God, to those who are the called according to His purpose” (Romans 8:28). Perhaps no Scripture has brought more hope to believers, sustaining our faith as we have attempted to navigate our way through various difficult seasons of life, than these words of Paul to the Romans. This is the one verse on which I have personally climbed atop and taken my stand, finding refuge and hope in times of confusion and need.   The promise is constructive in its appeal As we dissect the elements of […]

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