April 2020- Needing A Breakthrough?


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Prayer of Salvation

Jesus died for your sins so that we could spend an eternity with Him and no longer be separated from God. God loves His children, and it is not His desire that any should perish.

Scripture says if we confess with our mouth and mean it with our heart, that our sins will be forgiven and we will be washed clean by the blood of the lamb.

If you desire to have Jesus come into your heart and be the Lord of your life, please repeat (vocally) the following prayer:

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Faith And Family

Trust In God: Surrendered, Half & Half Or Not At All?

By Lisa Carter

Are you able to confidently say that you place your entire trust in God?  Would you say that you honesty “entrust your life to Him”?  When you talk to Him, are you vulnerable, honest, transparent, and do you surrender yourself completely to Him?  Or is it just partially. Most of us find trust a difficult…

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Is It Biblical To Introduce Your Kids To Santa?

By Jan O'Kane

Saint Nicholas was a fourth-century Bishop of Myra, a town located in present-day Turkey. He was born into a wealthy family, and although short in stature, mighty in his faith by passionately defending the Catholic Faith. Remember, in the fourth century, the Church was the Catholic Church from which other faiths would spring centuries later.…

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Senseless Risks: Teens, Driving, And Alcohol

By Brad Andreas

It’s Friday night and Joe receives an offer to chill with the baseball guys. By no means is Joe a social outcast. However, he limits himself on his involvement with questionable activities. The baseball guys tend to group together in school, and party together on the weekends. Upon the invitation to chill with the guys…

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Can Faith Help With Special Needs Children?

By Annabelle Short

Faith is a crucial part of many families. However, some families have the added challenge of raising a special needs child. These families are forced to contend with stigmatization in the broader society and their faith-based communities due to their child’s diagnosis. “Special needs” is an umbrella phrase for a wide variety of diagnoses and…

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At School: “Fit In” Or Follow Christ?

By Mireille Mishriky

Greetings Friends, Another school year is starting and with it comes new adventures and new challenges for our children. I think we share particular worries as we face a new academic year: will my child like his/her teacher, the homework battles are about to begin (more about homework strategies here), balancing after school activities with…

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The Greatest Command Is Love. Do You Measure Up?

By Claire OSulivan

Every day is one to celebrate in the Lord, during your quiet time (especially when the kids are watching), reading the Bible and praying.  But there are those days when you are stretched beyond your limits, your kids — taught the Word and prayed with and over — stray from your example (Mom AND Dad) pull stunts…

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Kids Don’t Need To Be Taught Respect, But Shown Respect

By Claire OSulivan

Now, we text… And text. Our entire family is engaged in video games. Some of us read, write, and watch old movies, but the net effect is the same. We are entertained by something other than relationships. In doing so, we lose the ability to respect people online while hiding behind a monitor.   I must…

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Tips For Fighting Anti-Christian Values At School

By Claire OSulivan

The World Has Gone Crazy! Public Schools Are Horrible!  Yep, isn’t that the truth.  Not everyone can afford private schools or can homeschool kids, certainly not these days. But evil inundates our schools. You fear this as soon as you enroll your child. With new laws passed, our churches can’t even speak the truth without getting…

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Peer Raising: Have We Lost Our Kids To Their Friends?

By FFFMagazine3

The effects of working parents on their offspring have sparked great debate amongst researchers. A study conducted by Ellen Galinsky, President of the Families and Work Institute, reported that fathers with children younger than 18 now work an average of 60.9 hours per week; working mothers, 41.4 hours. The reality is that parents are working…

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“Drinking Doesn’t Effect Me In The Least”: Really?

By Danyal Coon

What Situations Can Excessive Habitual Drinking Cause? Despite God’s clear words of warning throughout His word, there are still people who choose to drink alcoholic beverages in moderation or in excess. Those that drank alcoholic wine in the Bible were labeled as “winebibbers.” Proverbs explains to us that alcoholic drink can deceive us. Proverbs 20:1—“Wine…

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