The Sacrifice of Praise
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The Sacrifice of Praise

Life was going along in a nice steady pace of “normal”. Then within just a short period of time everything seemed to fall apart and we moved to a different state, left our home. Things just seemed to keep going wrong and getting worse. We found ourselves in the worst financial and emotional situation we’d … Continue reading

The Fallen: God’s Love for the Lowly & Downtrodden
Abortion / Adversity / Bullying / Confidence / Courage / Equality / Failure / Faith / Fear / Hope / Judging / Life / Love / Rejection / Self-Esteem / Suicide

The Fallen: God’s Love for the Lowly & Downtrodden

Fallen leaves. What do you see when you look at them? Some people see a mess of fallen, decaying dead little lawn-invaders. They sweep them, rake them, blow them, suck them up in lawn mower bags…but why? I see fallen leaves and I see things of beauty. They’re like jewels from heaven dropped down to … Continue reading

Operation Gideon: Finding Strength in Weakness
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Operation Gideon: Finding Strength in Weakness

This post article is also posted in the Gospel Blog by FEBC   Dr. Stanley brought out an interesting concept one Sunday, preaching about the story of Gideon.  Gideon was supposed to lead the Israelites against the Midianites.  Gideon had around 32,000 people with him, but the Lord said that was too many.  So the … Continue reading

Stairway to the Impossible: 3 Steps to Living Triumphantly
Courage / Failure / Faith / Fear / Hope / Life / Making a Difference / Optimism / Self-Esteem

Stairway to the Impossible: 3 Steps to Living Triumphantly

This post article is also posted in the Gospel Blog by FEBC “I am only one; but still I am one.  I cannot do everything; but still I can do something; and because I cannot do everything, I will not refuse to do the something that I can do.”  ~ Edward Everett Hale[1] Step 1: Be … Continue reading