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Ariel Bovat

Current EventsTheology
December 18, 2017

Why this Latina cried at the passing of R.C Sproul

The first time I heard R.C. Sproul speak, it was through a YouTube video in 2010. Our family was living in a literal desert in West Texas due to my husband’s new career choice. Our family had just left a…
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Church
October 15, 2017

Operation Christmas Child

I came across a blog post yesterday, written by Judy Wu Dominick, even though she wrote it and posted it a couple of years ago. The reason why it resonated with me and the reason why I am posting it…
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Podcasts
September 9, 2017

Another Bar Podcast must listen: Tim Bayly

Yesterday, as I was cleaning my house, I opened up the latest episode of the Bar Podcast where Tim Bayly was the guest speaker. I had never heard of Mr. Bayly but immediately was impressed with his podcast "presence" and…
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Ethnicity/Culture
August 29, 2017

“Race” – A brief historical summary of the word and it’s use from 1600’s to Darwin

A follow up on the blog post titled Race- A Word to Kill.   The goal of this post is to show how hatred towards people over differences and superiority did not start with American chattel slavery or the Jim…
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Ethnicity/CultureTheology
August 24, 2017

Race – A word to kill

Can I just say.....for the most part....I am not a fan of country music. If I am perfectly honest, I can't stand it. But..... My husband loves it. What can I say....he's Canadian. Anyway.....Not only does my hub's love country…
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Podcasts
August 23, 2017

The Bar Podcast: Subscribe to this podcasts as soon as possible.

One of our very own, editor and contributor, Darrell, recently sat down with Dawain Atkinson over at the The Bar Podcast and talked about some much needed reminders and exhortations for Christians concerning the current social justice climate occurring not…
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Theology
August 19, 2017

Christ Still Stands By Kira Davis

Written originally for The Resurgent About 6 or 7 years ago I began seeing something…strange. I began seeing the shape of a cross in random places. It wasn’t just a typical “t” shaped cross. This cross had a squiggly line…
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Counseling
August 19, 2017

PTSD in American Neighborhoods

PTSD from city life is a very real reality. By the time I turned 10, I'd seen 3 dead bodies lying on the streets in front of the apartments I lived in as a child. Two of those I witnessed…
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Current EventsUncategorized
August 16, 2017

Hate, Protest, Charlottesville – In Need of a Mediator

Hate begets hate. That is a natural progression of all humanity that is void of a Mediator. When I saw a picture this morning of some of the pro-white protestors, a couple of things give me pause: 1) I am…
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