Category: Belief

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Name Dropping

Name Dropping

You know that person who always seems to be “name-dropping” as if they really know important or famous people?  If I was honest, I’m probably guilty of name-dropping too! The truth is we may know about the person, but we don’t really know them. We love to claim the association.   We can act the...

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When You Are Broken

When You Are Broken

By Pastor John Anderson Broken. Every time that word comes up I immediately go back in my mind to a day when I was in second grade. I was taken out of class and informed by my teacher and principal that my mother, on her way to pick me and my sisters up from school,...

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For God and Country

For God and Country

Rufus Brantley was born on Halloween, 1923. He was and is still a treat. He may appear to be a typical WWII veteran, but Mr. Brantley’s story is anything but typical. Entering the U.S. Army at the age of 20, Private Brantley was soon deployed, as the popular song says – “Over There”. That song...

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Dreams of an Author

Dreams of an Author

Brittany Glynn’s story shows that if you want something badly enough, it really can happen. She grew up a Southern girl in McDonough, Georgia, with the dream of being an author and began writing a Christian romantic suspense novel when she was just fourteen. But, as happens to many authors, several publishers, and agents initially...

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Anger Issues

Anger Issues

Can you remember a time when you got really angry with somebody? Has it happened lately? The truth is we all get angry at times. Even Jesus got angry. In fact there are a couple well-documented times where Jesus showed some real righteous anger. Don’t let anyone tell you it is “unChristian” to be angry....

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Triple A

Triple A

Academic. Athlete. Actor. Sterling Blackburn is quiet, observant and impeccably mannered on the outside, and the quintessential high school achiever on the inside. “I just want to be the best that I can be with what God has given me,” is how this 16 year old student at Eagle’s Landing Christian Academy (ELCA) describes his...