Contributed by Rick Palmer on Oct 14, 2018
In 1980 I was hired as a City Police Officer in a small Midwest town with a population of 2200. The first week on duty we closed an investigation of a local man who held a position in the School system. He had gained the confidence of the parents, students, and the community. After a traffic
Contributed by David Simpson on May 19, 2017
It’s Memorial Day weekend. It is seen by many as the beginning of summer. Lake Lanier will be filled with boaters and swimmers and campers and picnickers who will celebrate fun on this holiday weekend. But, the truth of Memorial Day is that it is not a celebration. It is a commemoration; a
In the Supreme Court case between Humanity and Satan, proceedings took on a surprising turn, in the court room when Judge God read out the charge against the defendant (humanity).
Sin was the main charge with a list of violations being read out, some minor & seemingly insignificant while others
A little girl crawled up in the lap of her Grandpa and cuddled close. Then she looked into Grandpa’s face with those big blue eyes of hers and said, "Grandpa, can you please make a sound like a frog?"
Grandpa thought for a moment, then smiled and said, "Ribbit. Ribbit."
Contributed by Sermon Central on May 9, 2012
A DEFENSIVE PROGRAMMING PROBLEM
In the 1982 war in the Falkland Islands between England and Argentina, the Royal Navy’s 3,500-ton destroyer HMS Sheffield was sunk by a single missile fired from an Argentine fighter jet. This caused some people to wonder if modern surface warships were obsolete.
Contributed by Sermon Central on May 1, 2012
WHAT IS MAN'S LIFE MADE UP OF?
One person said: Man's life is made up of 20 years of his mother asking him where he is going, 50 years of his wife asking him where he has been, and one hour at his funeral when everyone wonders where he
Contributed by Sermon Central on Nov 9, 2009
Pacific Fleet New Testament Stained with Blood of Son
Christ gives salvation when we meet the terms of pardon listed in His will, just as those under Jewish law were purified when they obeyed the laws and institutions sealed by animal blood. Thus one receives the benefits of Christ’s blood when he
Contributed by Sermon Central on Jan 20, 2002
Religion is hanging around the cross, Christianity is hanging on
Contributed by Tony Miano on Apr 30, 2001
In the spring of 1940, war between England and Germany was beginning to wage in the Atlantic. The allied fleets of America and England were still abiding by a disarmament treaty that limited the size of warships. But the Germans were building ships of gigantic proportions. One such ship, the