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P.R. for Churches

A small church's most effective tool for creating a good church reputation may be its willingness to help those in need.


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Show You Care

A young boy, on an errand for his mother, had just bought a dozen eggs. Walking out of the store, he tripped and dropped the sack. All the eggs broke, ...


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The Holy Spirit: Missing

In many Christian circles the Holy Spirit is either neglected, forgotten, or misunderstood. The One given to unite the body of Christ is the center of ...


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Care for the Dying

Even if people reject the gospel, we still must love them. A good example of this was reported by Ralph Neighbour, pastor of Houston's West Memorial ...


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Forgiving Actions

The following story is from an article titled "Your Daffodils are Pretty," (Christianity Today, March 2, 1979, p. 18), in which Josephine Ligon ...


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Don't Forget Devotion

Beware of anything that competes with loyalty to Jesus Christ. The greatest competitor of devotion to Jesus is service for him.


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Saint in Shoe Leather

A gilt-edged saint is no good, he is abnormal, unfit for daily life, and altogether unlike God. We are here as men and women, not as half-fledged angels, ...


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Save a Dog but Not a Stranger

It is no wonder that in 15 years of asking high school students throughout America whether, in an emergency situation, they would save their dog or a ...


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Our Business Is to Do Right

It is our business to see that we do right; God will see that we come out right.


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Works Alone Cannot Save

Covet not your neighbor's goods, despise him not, slander him not, scorn him not, belie him not, backbite him not, ... But many think if they give ...


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