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Teach It & Live it

By David Moore, Boys’ Ministries Director Being asked to write an article on the subject of “Sound Doctrine” was, to say the least, challenging. After all, I am not a scholar or a theologian. I was not even sure where to begin. I was challenged by a quote I read recently that was attributed to...
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Recommended Resource: The Beauty of the Balance by Dr. Terry Tramel

Resource Recommended by W. A. Mills, Jr. Men’s Ministries Director The Beauty of the Balance: Toward an Evangelical-Pentecostal Theology by Dr. Terry Tramel Avoiding extremes of either/or mutually exclusive positions, Dr. Terry Tramel finds common ground between traditional Pentecostal and Evangelical theological foundations. He writes as a Pentecostal, appealing to both Pentecostals and Evangelicals, to...
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Guard This Man

By W. A. Mills, Jr. Men’s Ministries Director Men’s Ministries theme for 2019, “Guard This Man” from 1 Kings 20:39, correlates well with Discipleship Ministries theme found in Acts 2:42 (NKJV) “And they continued steadfastly in the apostles’ doctrine and fellowship, in the breaking of bread, and in prayers.”1 This quarter’s emphasis is on “Sound...
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A Tribute to Rev. Marvin Whitfield

Rev. Marvin Whitfield June 29, 1928 – January 5, 2019 Rev. and Mrs. Whitfield are the founders of the Alternative to Abortion Ministries, which later became The Royal Home Ministries, in Salemburg, North Carolina. He served as General Coordinator there for more than 15 years. Feeling a heavy burden for women with unplanned pregnancies, the...
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Imagine A World Without Fingerprints

Written By Irvina Parker Admit it! You were frustrated, right? You had just finished cleaning the window when it happened. Your toddler, hands smeared in who knows what, ran over to peer out the window and left fingerprints and handprints all over the glass. “Don’t you know I just cleaned that?” you wanted to say....
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The Chaos of Christmas!

Written By Beth McGhee   Ahhhhhh… Christmas-time… Peace… Joy… Love… Family… NOT! If your Christmas time is anything like mine, it can be stressful, pressure-packed, emotional, and tiring! Then again, isn’t it what we make it? As women, we want everything to be perfect – the house with its decorations, the meal with its Southern...
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Wait Training

Written by Nicole Hammond We all have to wait in life—in lines, in traffic, the doctor’s office, for your kids, and even God!  The days we live in are so fast paced that waiting seems like a punishment. It’s even worse when you are in the battle of your life. Isaiah 40:31 says, “But those...
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Woven: The Art of Sisterhood

Written by Erica Campbell I remember the first time I strolled through the pebbled streets in Charleston, S.C. It’s such a beautiful, quaint city full of vibrant colors and southern charm. While walking through the Historic City Market, one booth stood out. Several artisans sat there weaving together baskets of all sizes, colors, and shapes—each...
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Fierce Hearted- Book Review

Book authored by Holley Gerth Article written by Kaleigh Bishop   A Fiercehearted Woman . . . Looks life in the face and says, “You can’t beat me.” Knows love is a risk but reaches out anyway. Understands kindness takes real courage. Believes the impossible. Fights like she’s unstoppable. Dares to find beauty in a...
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