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February, 2018

  • 5 February

    How to Set Financial Goals and Stick to Them

    Though you may have money regrets, today is a new day! Your money regret may be letting a debt go into collections, taking money out of a retirement account when you shouldn’t have, or not saving at all. Whatever the blunder, don’t let your finances being in such bad shape …

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  • 4 February

    Must Watch: Pastor Steven Furtick’s Down to Earth Converstation with Charlamagne The God

    Everyone has a worldview, but how often do we take the time to explore how it was formed? In this short film, Pastor Steven Furtick and Charlamagne tha God go back to their hometown for a conversation on roots, race, religion, and more. This is one of the best exchanges …

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  • 3 February

    Black History Is American History

    How long have black people been free in America? What decade or period in history comes to mind? This blog is the first in a series that will seek to use the occasion of Black History Month to wrestle with our racial history as Americans. Typically when Black History is …

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January, 2018

  • 30 January

    Beware of Using Your Personality to Disobey God

    If you’ve ever seen an acronym, like, ENFP for example, you’re familiar with the famous Myers & Briggs personality types that were developed by Katherine Briggs and her daughter Isabel Briggs-Myers. The discovery and formulation of the sixteen types of personalities have revolutionized how we see ourselves, as well as …

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  • 29 January

    The Trump Tax Plan Broken Down to its Basic Elements

    Before we begin, a tax change of any size will have three effects on the residents of the United States: (1) some will benefit handsomely, (2) some will be negatively impacted, and (3) some will be impacted positively in some areas and negatively in others. We have dived into the …

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  • 25 January

    Pastor Who Suddenly Passes Away Leaves a Powerful Last Sermon

    I’m in tears from sorrow and praise at the same time as I’m writing this article. Pastor Stephen Darby of Destined Ministries in Louisville, Kentucky, suddenly passed away and was laid to rest December 2017. I just finished watching his last sermon entitled, “You Are Still The Healer” (shown below). …

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  • 24 January

    When Your Little One Struggles in School (part 3)

    When your child is having difficulty is school, it is easy to feel powerless and discouraged. Let me be the first to remind you, You are you child’s primary educator. You have the last word in your youngster’s education and journey. In this final part of this series, we’ll assume you …

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  • 24 January

    How this Inexpensive Household Product Can Help Cut Your Expenses

    While on my debt-free journey, I had to come up with some creative ways to cut expenses.  One simple way my family was able to cut costs and save money was when I learned how useful white vinegar was around the house. It eliminated the need for our many household …

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  • 24 January

    The Difference Between Worldly and Godly Wisdom

    An interesting lesson came about from a recent study my wife and I were having recently. I was teaching out of 1 Corinthians 1, 2 and 3. The passages speak of Paul making a clear distinction between what the world considers wise opposed to what God deems to be wise. …

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  • 18 January

    MLK and the Moral Foundation of Social Justice that is Missing Today

    In light of America’s celebration of Martin Luther King Jr day on Monday, I thought it would be helpful for us to look into the stark contrast between civil rights activism done back then, versus the way it’s being done today. Whenever you address the fight of civil rights, MLK …

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