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Rest From Labor

In 1844, President Grover Cleveland made Labor Day a Federal Holiday.  “It constitutes a yearly national tribute to the contributions workers have made to the strength, prosperity, and well being of our country” (History of Labor Day, dol.gov).  American workers … Continue reading

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Church Growth

Problem Stated Christians today have become discouraged.  In our classes, we read the book of Acts.  We see how rapidly the church expanded during this period of time.  Then we turn, examine ourselves, and want to know why similar results … Continue reading

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Parables: Counting the Cost

“It cost something to be a real Christian… There are enemies to overcome, battles to be fought, sacrifices to be made, an Egypt to be forsaken, a wilderness to be passed through, a cross to be carried, a race to … Continue reading

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Our Sacred Honor

When the 56 founding fathers signed their name to the Declaration of Independence, they were basically signing their own death warrants.  John Hancock reportedly said, “There must be no pulling of different ways… we must hang together.”  Ben Franklin reportedly … Continue reading

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