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BibleCounselingTheology
March 12, 2018

The Most Dangerous Prayer

Prayer is essential to the Christian life. It is essential to the Christian life because prayer was essential to the life of Jesus (Matthew 6:1-15, 14:23; Luke 5:16, 22:39-41; Hebrews 5:7.) Theologian Andrew Murray, who arguably has written more than…
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Podcasts
March 11, 2018

Living With the Consequences of Sin

In Episode 4, Ariel and Lisa discuss living with the consequences of sin. What do we do with shame and guilt after we repent of our sin? Grab a pen, some paper and get ready to take notes. These ladies…
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Throwback Theology Thursday
March 8, 2018

In The Furnace: Charles Spurgeon

  “I have chosen you in the furnace of affliction.” Isaiah 48:10. ou have the Son of Man with you in the furnace. In that silent bedchamber of yours, there sits by your side one whom you have not seen…
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Current EventsEthnicity/Culture
March 4, 2018

The Question Black Panther is Really Asking

I'm not really into Marvel superhero genre movies so when the buzz about Black Panther started heating up, I thought how cool is that to have such a film that's portrayed by an all-black cast. Other than that, I shrugged…
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Podcasts
March 4, 2018

A Rebuttal to a Professor Guilty of White Guilt

Recently, Darrell and Virgil, on their podcast Just Thinking Me, part of the B.A.R Podcast Network, responded to Carolyn Helsel 's article, published on Religion News Service. The recently posted article titled, 9 Ways to be a Better White Person, immediately…
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Gender IssuesHistory
February 23, 2018

Ain’t I Woman

As February is Black History Month, the following is the 1851 speech by Sojourner Truth, former slave and civil rights activist (1797-1883): Well, children, where there is so much racket there must be something out of kilter. I think that…
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Current Events
February 22, 2018

I Took A Trip To Wakanda (Black Panther Review)

I took a trip to Wakanda on Sunday night, and along the way, I stumbled into Ghana. Black Panther is the 18th film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe—and in this universe, all roads lead to Wakanda. In Wakanda, Marvel has…
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