Monday, November 13, 2017 The Fury of the Prince of Peace by Cameron Buettel 4 Comments There is nothing new under the sun (Ecclesiastes 1:9). The Catholic Church was not pioneering a new heresy with the sale of indulgences. Marketing God’s grace and favor is an ancient lie. Organized religious corruption and extortion go all […]

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Topics: Repentance, Sin, Spiritual Warfare In a world of shysters and cons, you are wise to be alert to their strategies. When at the train station in Rome, pickpockets are everywhere so keep money and important documents secure. When you receive internet requests for money, ignore them. When you are promised a 10% return on […]

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Author:Julie Lowe Date: July 18, 2016 Category: Blog Posts, Featured One of our children often finds herself in trouble. Early on, I became acutely aware of how much we were disciplining, addressing and correcting her. Though her behavior very much needed correction, I found it a bit discouraging as a parent. I felt strict and […]

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November 9: The Office of Deacon

9 November, 2017 in November 2017 by archivist | No comments The following short article appeared on the pages of The Charleston Observer in 1840, reprinted there from The Presbyterian, a Philadelphia paper.  The article was written in response to actions taken in the Presbyterian Church at that time, correcting the error of disuse into […]

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November 8: Pray for Your Minister

8 November, 2017 in November 2017 by archivist | No comments Always a Timely, and Needed, Reminder [from The Charleston Observer 14.40 (21 November 1840): 1, col. 5-6.] by “Y.E.K.” Called to a great work he needs your prayers; “He is an ambassador for Christ; a steward of the mysteries of God, to declare his […]

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