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“Talk is cheap!”  This is said when someone talks but doesn’t walk. When they can say sentences but can’t pay the proper penances of hard work and dedication.  This saying originated with the Christian author John Bunyan. He coined it as, “I know words are cheap, but a dram of grace is worth all the...
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Working with young people, we will encounter teens that have problems because the truth is that if we work with people of any age, we will encounter people with problems.  As youth pastors and youth workers, we must be able to help equip these young people on how to handle and deal with these problems....
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. They say that this once again proves the lack of “originals,” proving that the Bible has been tampered with by the hands of man. The issue with this is that as believers, we realize the validity of scripture amidst the eyes of critics.
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It seems to be a normal and popular idea in our day to have a “fall-back plan” before going into ministry. Some of the top fall-back plans are learning medicine, carpentry or other skills. The idea seems pretty legit – learn something so you can use it in case full-time ministry does not work out....
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These “digital strange women” are ruining our young men (and sadly young women as well), and something needs to be said about it. The church, for too long, has told themselves the lie that porn isn’t an issue. Let’s take a look at how the young man in Proverbs 7 went down to the strange...
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Since the beginning, sorrow has filled the life of humans. The way we are brought in this world brings much sorrow to our mothers. As we live out our days, sorrow and pain will be our companions. When you think of how we eat it is through sorrow and pain. If you don’t think so,...
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A common myth in the missions world is that your family can do well or your ministry can do well, but they can’t both do well at the same time. This is simply not true, and missionary Wayne Cooke is going to be teaching the students of the OGTC how to have and maintain a...
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Article by Kevin White I have always heard growing up that there are two things you don’t talk about, politics and religion. Obviously, the reason for this is that there are so many differing views on both politics and religion that it is sure to end up as an argument, and most people don’t want...
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Jeremiah 1:1-6 The words of Jeremiah the son of Hilkiah, of the priests that were in Anathoth in the land of Benjamin: 2 To whom the word of the Lord came in the days of Josiah the son of Amon king of Judah, in the thirteenth year of his reign. 3 It came also in the days of Jehoiakim the son of Josiah king...
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My last name is Cornwell, but I am most certainly not British, at least not very recently. But for some reason my heart screams out with a British accent when it says “Respect me lest I die.” I believe it may have seen Braveheart or believes the accent will make me more prone to listen...
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