Contributed by Jason Cole on Feb 23, 2004
I like the old story about the guy who came to church with his family. As they were driving home afterwards he was complaining about everything. He said, “The music was too loud. The sermon was too long. The announcements were unclear. The building was hot. The people were unfriendly.” He went on &
Contributed by Bruce Howell on Mar 23, 2004
IT WAS PENTECOST SUNDAY. As the congregation filed into church, the ushers handed each person a bright red carnation to symbolize the festive spirit of the day. The people listened attentively to the reading of the Pentecost story from the Book of Acts about how the disciples had heard “what
WORDS LEAVE A LASTING IMPRESSION
As bad as it is to hear foul words, it is worse to speak them.
A nobleman went to see how Josiah Wedgwood made his SUPERB POTTERY. A young apprentice was told to give the guest a tour of the factory. As they walked through the plant, the visitor began to use
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Cross bearing is an indispensable part of a Christian’s life, so that work of moulding a person into a Christ-like image which begins at the point of re-generation is completed in all respects (2 Cor 3:18) by the time of
Contributed by Gerald Manning on Dec 21, 2015
The little boy was no more than seven years old. It was time for Church, and he wanted to take his teddy bear, whom he had always called Frank. His parents protested, but he insisted that he had to take Frank, today, and they finally relented.
When the offering plates were passed, he put the
R. G. LeTourneau was known as the “Father of the Modern Earthmoving Industry.” His company was Caterpillar’s biggest competitor. His firm supplied seventy percent of all the earthmoving equipment used by the allied forces in World War II. He invented the bulldozer and had over 297 patents with