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Satan is Smiling posted by Jim Engle on Feb, 4


I think I see Satan sitting in the back pew of the church with a smile on His face. Notions of the appearance and identity of Satan have long been driven by the sensational and the grotesque.  One sad result of such representation is the tendency for many to view this arch-enemy as a sort of caricature of evil.  He is delighted when Christians act as though he really does not exist. Satan...  Read the full post ( 448 words, estimated 1:48 mins reading time )

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Oreos and the Holy Sprit posted by Jim Engle on Jan, 26


I’m impressed by small things done with excellence.  PLEASE! ... do not interpret small as unimportant.  In fact, if you want to irritate me, use the phase “Don’t sweat the small stuff” in my presence.  Also, I am always on the lookout for some kind of parabolic connection between small things in everyday life and the spiritual side of our existence. So, with this slightly unusual i...  Read the full post ( 557 words, estimated 2:14 mins reading time )

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Three Watergate Events posted by Jim Engle on Jan, 18


A pundit (I wish I could give him credit, but I can’t remember who it was) recently quipped, “In our time, a person’s historical perspective goes back about as far as today’s breakfast.” So, today I am boldly delving into the realm of the history of Watergate. There are three worthy of mention.  Some will still remember the most recent Watergate; few will know anything about the othe...  Read the full post ( 549 words, estimated 2:12 mins reading time )

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Turning the Upside Down World Upside Down posted by Jim Engle on Jan, 12


On my desk there is a hand holding a globe, symbolizing that God holds our world in His hand.  Job 12:10 states it succinctly:  “In God’s hand is the life of every living thing and the breath of all mankind.” Since the globe is somewhat fragile, when I packed it to move, I disassembled it, taking the globe off of the post holding it in place.  Moving into my new office, I reassembled i...  Read the full post ( 358 words, estimated 1:26 mins reading time )

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The Lord has sworn and will not change His mind. posted by Jim Engle on Jan, 7


“The Lord has sworn and will not change His mind.” Psalm 110:4   Change is a way of life.  It takes place day in and day out, no matter how much we try to keep things the same.  Some folks like change; and some hate it.  If it is deemed good or bad is in the eyes of each one of us. God does not change.  That is a good thing. First, if God does change, then the Word of God i...  Read the full post ( 505 words, estimated 2:01 mins reading time )

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New…and Never to Grow Old posted by Jim Engle on Dec, 29


“In God’s great mercy He has given us new birth into a living hope through the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead” (1 Peter 1:3). The word “new” is never more important than when it precedes the word “birth.”  The new birth ushers in new life with new purpose and a new destiny.  This is the only “new” that never grows old! As we embark on 2016, here is a reminder of...  Read the full post ( 397 words, estimated 1:35 mins reading time )

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Vonette Bright Remembered posted by John Sorensen on Dec, 23


Cofounder of Campus Crusade for Christ now in presence of the Lord and Savior she loved and served Vonette Bright, one of the most influential and widely admired Christian women of the last half century, slipped into eternity on Wednesday, December 23rd. She and her late husband, Dr. Bill Bright, who passed away in 2003, were married for 54 years. Together, they cofounded Campus Crusade for Chr...  Read the full post ( 487 words, estimated 1:57 mins reading time )

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A Double Dose of Gospel posted by John Sorensen on Dec, 15


Dear Friend of Evangelism Explosion, I’d like you to meet Pamela. You’d like her. Just 12, she’s already making a difference in Honduras. It’s a “dangerous” place for those who share their faith in Christ, but Pamela is too led with joy to stop.  After EE’s Hope for Kids ministry trained her, this child went straight to prison . . . to share Jesus with her uncle behind bars! C...  Read the full post ( 652 words, estimated 2:36 mins reading time )

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Purpose Through Grace posted by eeadmin on Dec, 4


When you enter into a conversation about the Lord and His transformational power, your testimony is integral in creating a personal connection and trust with someone. Here"s a testimony from WhatsMyStory.org we"d like to share with you today:   Before I accepted Christ in my heart I was hopelessly drifting into a terrible existence founded in drugs, alcohol, and self-serving actions. I ofte...  Read the full post ( 294 words, estimated 1:11 mins reading time )

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Thank You! posted by John Sorensen on Nov, 26


Thank you! Don’t you love to hear those words? The truth is, we all do. Jesus does. Do you remember the time in Luke chapter 17 verses 11-19 where Jesus healed the ten lepers but only one came back to say “thank you?” He said where are the nine? It bothered Him that there were nine who didn’t come back and say “thank you.” So, my encouragement to you today, on Thanksgiving, is don...  Read the full post ( 122 words, estimated 29 secs reading time )

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