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John 15:13 says, “Greater love has no one than this, that someone lay down his life for his friends.” This video features a moving speech made by President Ronald Reagan for an Unknown Soldier who was laid to rest in Washington D.C on Memorial Day, 1984. This video acts as a powerful reminder of those selfless men and women who have fought and paid the price for our freedom.
Scripture: John 15:13
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It's time to honor the part-time mechanics, the home improvement experts, the guys who never need a map. It's time to honor our Dad's. It's time to take a moment to say thanks to our Father's and to thank God for placing them in our lives.
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This film puts an artistic spin to that old saying "remember the reason for the season" as acclaimed artist Barak Hardley crafts a nativity scene out of pieces of seasonal consumerism.
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It's easy to say we believe in God, but often we live our lives as if we don't. It's easy to take what we want out of being a Christ-follower, as if much of the Scripture doesn't apply to us.
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What does it say about the character of God that He would give His only son for us? So often, we spend Christmas focused on what it is like to receive this gift, but in The Gift of Christmas, we shift our perspective to instead imagine what it was like for God to give us the gift of Jesus. Perfect as a worship opener, or as any part of a Christmas service.
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The tongue is an incredibly powerful tool that can be used to build up or tear down both others and ourselves. James 3:4 says; "Look at the ships also: though they are so large and are driven by strong winds, they are guided by a very small rudder wherever the will of the pilot directs. So also the tongue is a small member, yet it boasts of great things. " You have a choice will you use your tongue to bring life? or to bring death? Proverbs 18:21; "Death and life are in the power of the tongue..."
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Sometimes it's hard to find the words to express just how grateful we are for our Mom. She's taught us, fed us, nurtured us and disciplined us all because she loves us. “Dear Mom” is an open letter of thanks to all the Mom's who ever got up in the middle of the night, sat through a baseball game, fed a hungry group of teenagers or hugged us when we had a broken heart. Sometimes the only thing left to say is thank you.
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This deBunked tackles the issue of evangelism. Some Christians say that they don't need to tell anybody about Jesus or the Bible, they just need to live a good life. Others say we need live a life worthy of the calling which includes sharing our faith.
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Take a moment to contemplate the roles that Dads play in their children's lives. Our kids are watching to see if what we say matches our actions. Challenge and uplift fathers, acknowledging their impoyrtance in shaping the lives of future generations as role models. Works great at men's ministry events too.
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Imagine if our Bible could talk. What would it say? Would we be proud to hear its memoirs? Would it speak of our devotion to God's Word or reveal something different?
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