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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Demetrius Minor

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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Demetrius Minor

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

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Dr. Marie Yvette Seltz

In a time and age of economic peril, we have seen many lose hope, faith, and trust. Many Americans have seen their financial security totally collapse due to COVID, lockdowns, and economic uncertainty. While the government is looking for solutions to combat this pandemic, I believe the answer is simple: Americans need to decrease their dependence on the government.

March 10, 2021

America: Your Day Of Liberation Has Come

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Demetrius Minor

Rep. Steube was speaking eloquently about gender norms and connecting those norms to sound Biblical doctrine and said, “Whenever a nation’s laws no longer reflect the standards of God, that nation is in rebellion against Him and will inevitably bear the consequences.”

February 26, 2021

Blasphemer: Rep. Nadler says, “God’s will, is no concern of this Congress”

Rep Steube speaks on the House Floor

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Stacy Washington

I’ll never forget my first encounter with opposition to my political views. As it happens with so many of us, the incident began and ended on the villiage of Facebook. The issue was Planned Parenthood having a say in the sex education cu

February 26, 2021

Sooner or Later, We All Get Canceled.

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Stacy Washington

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?

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Dr. Marie Yvette Seltz

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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Demetrius Minor

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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Demetrius Minor

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

Caveat Emptor

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Demetrius Minor