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Revealing the Racist Within

Forty-nine years ago, in April of 1963, Martin Luther King, Jr. was imprisoned for his participation in civil rights demonstrations in Birmingham, Alabama. He was peacefully protesting segregation and, in doing so, he was violating a court ordinance against such demonstrations. In the tension surrounding these protests, a group of eight white clergymen had issued a […]

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Sex for Sale

“Justice at its best is love correcting everything that stands against love.” – Martin Luther King, Jr. • According to the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime, human trafficking is the second largest global organized crime today, generating approximately      $31.6 billion each year. Specifically, trafficking for sexual exploitation generates $27.8 billion per year.  There […]

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Would You Like Some Slavery With Your Latte?

It is no secret that Americans love their coffee. Glance over at your nearest Starbucks or Dunkin Donuts drive-thru on your next morning commute and you’ll quickly be reminded of this fact.  If it’s not coffee, an even larger segment of the U.S. population consumes chocolate in all of its various forms and fashions. You […]

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Protecting Children from Sexual Abuse

On June 22, 2012, former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky was convicted of 45 charges of child sex abuse. The scandal has devastated the local Penn State community and dominated national news headlines for months. Shockingly, it appears “Sandusky had used the charity he founded for troubled children to cultivate relationships with boys […]

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Want To Be A Good Christian?

I have had a few conversations recently with friends and co-workers on the subject of mentoring and discipleship.  Quite honestly, those two words make me a bit nervous.  Frankly, they conjure up images of two people sitting at a table, one with a Bible staring intently into the face of the person without the Bible. […]

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Losing it in School

It is not uncommon for Christian students to reject their faith while attending secular colleges and universities. Studies show that upwards of 60 percent of Christian students abandon their faith during those formative years. Unfortunately, the antidotal evidence of this often comes directly from our own families and church communities. This is a disturbing and […]

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Who’s Really Training Your Children?

Should the Lord tarry, this time in history might come to be known by future generations as “The Darker Ages.” Especially over the last 50 years, there has been an ever-increasing influence of the antichrist spirit in our society as evidenced by how the majority of our prevailing institutions posture themselves against God. These “vain […]

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Can You Defend Your Faith?

Have you ever felt ill-equipped when discussing your Christian faith with a skeptic, atheist or follower of another religion? Do you spend time actually studying why you believe what you believe, or do you settle for taking someone else’s word for it? While Christianity is absolutely a walk of faith, being a Christian does not […]

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10 Tips On How to Dress Like a Man

While running shoes are great for a vigorous workout, there is really no need for these shoes to be worn beyond that. For casual situations, moccasins or canvas shoes (think Vans or Converse) work well. A pair of leather shoes, especially in a caramel-y brown (so they can be paired with black, navy, gray and […]

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10 Trends to Watch in 2012

I’m not a prophet, nor the son of a prophet. But it doesn’t take a prognosticator to predict a few trends I believe we’ll see in the next year. Here are a few trends to watch in 2012, in my humble opinion. The world will not end in 2012, contrary to Mayan predictions. To borrow […]

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