Atheists believe that God doesn’t exist, Agnostics are skeptical of God’s existence, Christians believe that God is merciful, loving, gracious, and a forgiver of sins. But what differences does that make?

June 18, 2021

The Conclusion of the Whole Matter

Demetrius Minor

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We have no problem displaying our Sunday best, but deep inside, the interior of our hearts and souls has become darkened and isolated because of some unhealed trauma or perhaps a besetting sin that we just haven’t quite been delivered from.

June 10, 2021

An Altar In The Attic

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As Christians, our faith in Christ is the foundation of everything we do, but many people are moving away from their faith. As we move toward Christ, we find ourselves pushing against the grain of culture. Fear is rampant. It seems the greatest nation in the world is on the verge of self-destruction. And yet, we have hope, not in ourselves or our ability to preserve our way of life, but in something greater that will endure even when everything in our world turns upside-down.

April 27, 2021

Demetrius Minor, Minister and Youth Pastor on life as a Christian and Conservative!

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Consider that most conversations surrounding mask requirements focus solely on restrictions and control, which certainly exist. But there are also unexpected freedoms afforded by mask-wearing. I know individuals who have voiced an appreciation of these unexpected freedoms and social interactions.

April 22, 2021

You are Visible

Dr. Marie Yvette Seltz

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A spiritual church is one that not only encounters persecution, but embraces it. If everyone is a cheerleader of your acts, you’re doing something wrong. Persecution is healthy. It’s proof that the church can endure growing pains.
What questions should the church ask when it comes to persecution?

April 16, 2021

How To Be A Spiritual Church In A Secular Society

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Phil leads an amazing successful media group in Hollywood which is openly unfriendly to Christians. “So many Christians get nervous and afraid when it comes to sharing their faith with friends, co-workers, or family. In fact, the statistics have long been pretty bleak. In 2012, LifeWay Research reported what they described as “distressing results” indicating that 61 percent of evangelical Christians fail to share their faith on a regular basis, even though they believe it is their responsibility to do so. Moreover, nearly half of those respondents said they have not invited a non-Christian friend to church in the past six months.” – Phil Cooke

April 16, 2021

Phil Cooke: Co-Founder of The Cooke Media Group, Executive Producer of Hillsong ‘Let Hope Rise’ Film

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The Biblical, moral view of life is being completely pushed out of our culture. If we allow the demonization of Christians to go unchallenged, the ability to disagree with civility, and freedom of speech and conscience is dead.

March 26, 2021

Challenge the Demonization Christians

Dr. Marie Yvette Seltz

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We have debated continuously about the interpretation of the Constitution and government role, but there is something that supersedes the rule of man: The Word of God!

March 26, 2021

The Constitution of the Church

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The Italian plural word confetti originates from the Latin confectum, meaning “small sweet”. It symbolizes the sweet blessings in life. The sweetest blessings are often the fruit of hard work, discipline, planning and sacrifice. They often include difficult, bitter seasons. But are those bitter moments part of the blessing?

March 24, 2021

Confetti

Dr. Marie Yvette Seltz

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Turmoil is permeating our society right now – left unresolved, that stress and tension can change our personalities and our outlook on life. Jessie and Jon Davis of One City Church in Denver, Colorado talk with Stacy about finding joy in the midst of trouble.

March 10, 2021

Jessie and Jon Davis, Co-Pastors – Finding joy in the midst of trouble

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We will have obstacles, pain, and hardships in our life. If we allow them to, they will cloud our opportunities, happiness, and focus. A radical shift is often needed to flip our perspective to one of purpose, peace, and prospect.

February 25, 2021

Obstacles or Opportunities?

Dr. Marie Yvette Seltz

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What a strong indictment it would be upon believers if we were to call ourselves Christians but not have the name of Jesus branded upon us. We can ill-afford to be generic or have a mediocre, pedestrian approach to our faith. There must be something about us that sticks out from everyone else: Our authenticity and our identity.

February 24, 2021

Generic or Name Brand?

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Our society glorifies immoral behavior and tears down any who try to uphold traditional Christian morals. But no power can muzzle the truth of God’s word: not the government, not the president, not Google, Facebook or Twitter.

February 18, 2021

You Can’t Muzzle the Truth

Dr. Marie Yvette Seltz

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In the midst of the turbulence of 2020, Demetrius Minor remembered a challenge given by his pastor to make good use of our quarantine time: step out of your comfort zone and do something bold and new. What happened as a result?

February 8, 2021

Sunflower Seeds

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The term “caveat emptor” is a Latin term that means “let the buyer beware.” Its use as a disclaimer of warranties arises from the fact that buyers typically have less information than the seller about the goods or services they are purchasing. Defects in the goods or services may be hidden from the buyer and only known to the seller. The Church needs to become aware of some things. The enemy, the antagonist of our soul, Satan himself, is trying to sell the Church a message of anxiety and fear through a pandemic and crises.

January 29, 2021

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Caveat Emptor

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It’s within our nature to desire upgrades. When we get to the airport, we’re excited to learn we’ll go from flying coach to flying first class. There’s a sense of satisfaction when we get the Audi AUV instead of the Toyota Camry we expected from the rental agency. But it is not technology that encourages us to upgrade to better resources; it’s a scriptural promise.

January 14, 2021

You’re Eligible For An Upgrade!

Demetrius Minor

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Living for God is the best thing one could ever do. Christian living encompasses freedom and liberty from the curse of sin and shame. However, living for God isn’t always easy. It is not a cakewalk or a stroll along the sands of the beach. During your walk with God, you will face rejection, persecution, and sorrow, but the Bible tells us that he that endures to the end shall be saved.

December 23, 2020

God Loves The Rejected Heart

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In a day and age where compromising integrity seems to be a regular occurrence, it’s imperative that believers don’t compromise their morals and faith. Our faith is our identity, and we must never discount it or put it in a proverbial garage sale simply for political convenience or for the sake of gaining popularity.

December 15, 2020

Don’t Put Your Faith in a Garage Sale

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