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    Action or Deterioration

    08.09.17 | Weekly Article | by Dr. Hayes Wicker

    When Spain was conquered by the Romans, the ruling government built an aqueduct to bring fresh drinking water from the mountains into the little Spanish village. It was built without the aid of sophisticated equipment or advanced materials...

      Good News Bearers

      08.03.17 | Weekly Article | by Dr. Hayes Wicker

      Humans demonstrate a strange mixture of fascination with death, a fondness for pictures, and a passion for life. The sheriff’s office of Chicago County, Minnesota put out bulletins urging motorists to stop pulling over on the side of the...

        Lessons from Dunkirk

        07.26.17 | Weekly Article | by Dr. Hayes Wicker

        In the dark days at the beginning of World War II, the Nazi armies and air corp steamrolled over Europe. About 400,000 British troops were pushed back against the English Channel at Dunkirk, dramatized in a recent film, “Dunkirk,” by...


          07.19.17 | Weekly Article | by Dr. Hayes Wicker

          People of all ages must discover the importance of getting away, that is, times of refreshment, relaxation, and refocus. Jesus certainly understood that as He left to go up on the mountain, sit there and pray (Matthew 15:29). He knew the...

            Beautiful Feet

            07.16.17 | Weekly Article | by First Baptist Church Naples

            “‘How beautiful are the feet of those who preach the good news!’” – Acts 10:15  Each summer here at First Naples, we commission many mission teams to go to the ends of the earth.  We truly have a lot of...



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