The Apostle Paul Shares the Gospel in Corinth, a Metropolis City

Paul left Athens, a university city, and went to Corinth, a metropolis city. Corinth was Paul’s last major place of witness on his second missionary journey. It was 46 miles west of Athens, and both politically and economically affluent. Corinth was known for Aphrodite, the Greek goddess of love, and here devotees promoted immorality in... Continue Reading →

Does the National Day of Prayer Conflict with Separation of Church and State?

Did you know the National Day of Prayer was enacted on April 17, 1952 by President Harry S. Truman as a time to “turn to God in prayer and meditation?” This bill was challenged in 2010 by U.S. District Judge Barbara Crabb. She expressed it violated the First Amendment: “Congress shall make no law respecting... Continue Reading →

Hope Personified In A Hopeless World

I want to start by asking you to guess who you believe is on the Top 10 list for best TV Dads of all time and give a brief explanation of why you chose that person. Al Bundy – Married with Children Danny Tanner – Full House Philip Banks – Fresh Prince of Bel-Air Archie... Continue Reading →

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