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  • Two Boys

    Contributed by Ray Mckendry on Mar 12, 2019

    Two Boys Two young boys are playing happily in the garden and are great companions for some time, but then something bad happens. One boy gets ill and is stunted and is never the same again, while the other one grows to full and healthy mature manhood even though he suffers far more than his sick more

  • Help Daisy! It's Gotta Hold On Me

    Contributed by Steve Kinnard on Mar 4, 2019

    INTRO: Let me tell you about my friend Billy Bob. Ole Billy Bob came in to work one day looking like he had been run over by a buzz saw. He had scratches all over and big pop-knots on each side of his head. With a look of despair, Billy Bob said,” Well son it happened like this; after work more

  • Peter Pan

    Contributed by Fred W. Penney on Mar 2, 2019

    Peter Pan and The Hope Of Heaven… St. John’s is the oldest of all the cities in North America. Embedded in this 400-year-old city are many stories. Bowering Park is one of the oldest parks in St. John’s. It was established by a grant of land from the Bowering family in 1911 on the 100th more

  • Let God's Grace Find You

    Contributed by Steve Kinnard on Mar 1, 2019

    LET GOD’S GRACE FIND YOU, IT WILL COME WHERE YOU ARE 1.GOD’S Grace went to the mountain top for Abraham when he was about to sacrifice Isaac; GOD provided a ram 2.GOD’S Grace went to the prison where Joseph was; Found Him and made Him second in command in all Egypt 3.GOD’S Grace went to the more

  • A Silent Kindness

    Contributed by Fred W. Penney on Feb 27, 2019

    Sir Nicholas George Winton – “A Silent Kindness” Nicholas Winton’s parents were German Jews who had moved to London two years before his birth. The family name was Wertheim, but was changed to Winton, they also converted to Christianity, and had Nicholas baptised. Nicholas Winton became a banker more

  • Is God Still Relevant?

    Contributed by Fred W. Penney on Feb 27, 2019

    “Is the Christ of the gospels, loved within the dimensions of the Mediterranean world, still capable of forming the center of our prodigiously expanded universe? Is not the world in the process of becoming more vast, more dazzling than (even) God? Will it not burst our faith asunder and eclipse more

  • Evolution?

    Contributed by Fred W. Penney on Feb 27, 2019

    An atheist was walking through the woods, admiring all the "accidents" that evolution had created. "What majestic trees! What powerful rivers! What beautiful animals!", he said to himself. As he was walking alongside the river he heard a rustling in the bushes behind him. more

  • The Inner Life - To Few Who Love The Cross

    Contributed by Martin Spoelstra on Feb 22, 2019

    Thomas a Kempis wrote: Jesus today has many who love his heavenly kingdom, but few who carry his cross; many who yearn for comfort, few who long for distress. Plenty of people he finds to share his banquet, few to share his fast. Everyone desires to take part in his rejoicing, but few are more

  • Blind Man

    Contributed by Steve Kinnard on Feb 21, 2019

    BLIND MAN As I sit beside the road my nostrils are filled with the dust of countless ages past. I sit in the solitude of self-pity as I contemplate this prison.My prison is not one that locks me in but it’s one that locks me out; I don’t have bars that contain me but my dungeon is a world of more

  • Desperation

    Contributed by Steve Kinnard on Feb 19, 2019

    DESPERATION While walking down the road of life we often reach a place of desperation, a place where all hope is gone and more

  • The Triangle Of Hurt

    Contributed by Wade M. Hughes, Sr on Feb 18, 2019

    THE TRIANGLE? IT TAKES 3 PEOPLE TO HURT YOU. THE PERSON THAT SAID IT. THE PERSON THAT HEARD IT AND PASSED IT ON… AND YOU TO ACCEPT IT. Did you crucify a person today? Did you murder someone with your words? Did you destroy some more

  • Bass And Carp

    Contributed by Steve Kinnard on Feb 18, 2019

    two fish (Bass –Carp) One time there was two fish who were best friends. They we an odd couple, one was a high-strung bass the other a laid-back carp. One day they were swimming around talking about girl fish and enjoying each other’s company. Then suddenly, a worm drops in front of them, the more

  • Sins Will Find You ( Billy Bob)

    Contributed by Steve Kinnard on Feb 18, 2019

    Billy Bob –South Pittsburg My friend Billy Bob Johnson lived in South Pittsburg, Tennessee when he was a young whipper snapper. By our standards South Pittsburg Would be considered out in the sticks at that time, but they had a soda shop at the local drug store. That is where all the young more

  • Lillie Mae And The Rookie

    Contributed by Steve Kinnard on Feb 18, 2019

    Lillie Mae and the Rookie (Fruit of the Spirit) Gal 5:21-25 Do you all remember Bubba and Billy Bob; I called ole Bubba down in Hazel Green this week to check on Billy Bob, Daisy and the rest of the family. I ask him how everyone was doing. He said everything is fine with everyone; but they had more

  • Don't Let Go

    Contributed by Steve Kinnard on Feb 18, 2019

    Bulldog and two Dobermans There was a Bulldog pup that lived in a fenced in yard. The little Bulldog was a peaceful little dog that loved to play in the yard. About three doors down lived two Dobermans, they were quite aggressive. Every day they would go by the little Bull dog and harass him. more

  • You Think We Listen!

    Contributed by Davon Huss on Feb 17, 2019

    An engineer and a professional counselor meet for their 20th college reunion. The engineer says, “I’m surprised to see you looking so young. I’d have thought listening to people’s problems all day would have more

  • Rebellion

    Contributed by Steve Kinnard on Feb 15, 2019

    REBELLION Long, long ago in a world far, far away from here there was a great kingdom. It was a kingdom fill with the wonders of all the ages. Everywhere that the eye looked the mind became overwhelmed with all the beauty. This world was filled with such beauty that it surpassed all imagination. more

  • Know Who You Are Fighting

    Contributed by Steve Kinnard on Feb 15, 2019

    The Nature of Our Enemy One of the foremost rules of warfare is: know your enemy. The more you know about your enemy-how he thinks, what motivates him-the better you are able to devise a means of counteracting his moves and defeating him. To overcome the enemy of our eternal spirit, the devil, the more

  • Old Nature

    Contributed by Steve Kinnard on Feb 15, 2019

    OLD MAN Some time ago, a person I worked with came up to me and said, “if I didn’t know you, I would be terrified to meet you on the street”. If my coworker only knew half of what I’d been, He would never even talk to me. God took the most vile, evil, misguided person in the world and more

  • A Trip To Hell

    Contributed by Steve Kinnard on Feb 15, 2019

    TRIP TO HELL Can we take a trip, a trip so many will take; but a trip none must make. Let's take a trip that all the lost will take, a journey down the dark corridors of the doomed and the damned. As we fall over the edge, we enter a chasm that is filled with total darkness. We are overcome by more