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Christian Citizenship

We are allowed the precious privilege of being a Christian citizen in a free country. Our system of self-government assures that we have some voice in the affairs of the nation, but God wants His “will to be done on earth as it is in Heaven” (Matthew 6:10). As a church, we are not seeking […]

Accepted

Most of us were thrilled if we were ever accepted into any college. However, Kawasi Enin, a high school student from New York, was accepted by all eight Ivy League universities (including Harvard, Princeton, and Yale). He ranked 11th in his class academically, scored 2250 out of a 2400-S.A.T. test, which put him in the […]

Stop Pot

In November, Florida will vote concerning Amendment 2 to legalize marijuana “for medical purposes.” We are not just dealing with a law, but with moral issues and dangerous consequences. Our state is indeed, “breaking bad,” with a majority polling in favor of the amendment. This opens the door for recreational “pot.” The law would be […]

Coming Home

Before the Communists and their dictator broke their hold on Romania, a family from that country, consisting of seven members and spanning three generations, did something unusual in our nation’s capital. They approached a guard and uttered the word, “asylum.” We can understand why people living under such evil domination would want the freedom of […]

Submarine Saints

Submarines form an integral part of the United States defense force in our Naval fleet. They thrive on the ability to avoid detection by remaining submerged, sometimes for two or three months. Radar penetrates ocean depths imperfectly. Even during World War II, German U-boats sneaked around our coastline and even up Chesapeake Bay. I cannot […]

Naples Christmas Spectacular

Our church has historically desired to be like a sailboat that tacks with the wind of God’s Spirit, no matter which direction He blows and works. Our church sought to be like “the men of Issachar, who understood the times and knew what to do” (1 Chronicles 12:32). Our Pastor of Worship and Music, Dr. […]

Communication or Complication

Our lives have certainly gotten more complicated in the last two decades. At almost any time of the day, you will hear the annoying commercial of the lawyer who talks about the old days when high-tech included just cell phones and garage door openers. The Internet probably owes its source to the Arpanet in the […]

Let’s Get Talking

On Day 2 of our study you were asked: What are some specific ways believers can be “salt” in the world? We would love to hear from you! To comment, check out the Women’s Ministry Blog to discuss and share your answers.  Ladies, please take a few minutes to read the excellent article written by […]