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Social Security | Investing in Truth | Brad Graber - Love Languages Cruise | Gary Chapman - Daily Devotional

June 3, 2019

Mornings with Kelli and Steve

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With the fear of Social Security running out of money in the future, should we be worried about receiving the money we're expecting?  Brad Graber shares the pros & cons of SS Benefits, and what to expect when a spouse passes. Gary Chapman wants to take a few listeners with him to ALASKA!  Yes, the Five Love Languages Conference...

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  • Government June 3, 2019

Equal Access Act | New York - Patience - Daily Devotional

December 16, 2019

Mornings with Kelli and Steve

"A New York school district violated both the U.S. Constitution and the federal law when it repeatedly denied a freshman student the right to form a Christian  club at her high school."  Kelli and Steve discuss outright persecution within our country, and the teen's victory because of the Equal Access Act.

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  • Religious Freedom
  • Children
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  • Suffering
  • The Persecuted Church
  • Adoption December 16, 2019

Devotion for Dec. 21, 2004

December 21, 2004

Devotion for Dec. 21, 2004 Most people know about Jonah and the “whale,” even if they don’t know that this story is in the Bible. It certainly is a memorable event—even making its way into Walt Disney’s Pinocchio! Yet as we saw yesterday, Scripture records this event because of something beyond the fact that Jonah spent some time in the belly...

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Devotion for Dec. 28, 2004

December 28, 2004

Devotion for Dec. 28, 2004 A stanza from the popular hymn, “Tell Me the Old, Old Story,” begins: “Tell me the story slowly, That I may take it in—That wonderful redemption, God’s remedy for sin.” This is the story that we’ve been tracing this month, and today we see that Paul carefully understood his own part in the “old, old story.” You...

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Devotion for Oct. 5, 2011

October 5, 2011

Devotion for Oct. 5, 2011 In 1968, Apollo 8 was the first human spaceflight to leave Earth’s orbit and successfully enter and leave the Moon’s orbit. Approximately 239,000 miles from Earth, the three–man crew was the first to see Earth as a whole planet. The crew gave a television broadcast from the Moon’s orbit on Christmas Eve and read...

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Devotion for Dec. 31, 2004

December 31, 2004

Devotion for Dec. 31, 2004 Perhaps you are one the millions who will turn on the TV a few minutes before midnight to watch the great illuminated ball drop into Times Square in New York City. Or perhaps you have other traditions for closing out one year and bringing in the next. Either way, New Year’s Eve is a huge night of celebration around...

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Devotion for Oct. 6, 2011

October 6, 2011

Devotion for Oct. 6, 2011 What do the Lone Ranger, the Mickey Mouse Band Concert, and the 2008 Honda Civic campaign have in common? The William Tell Overture. Originally composed as the instrumental introduction to the opera Guillaume Tell in the nineteenth century, the Overture has become absorbed into popular culture. Our psalm today was...

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Devotion for January 04, 2005

January 4, 2005

Devotion for January 04, 2005 One of Aesop’s lesser-known fables serves as a poignant introduction to the story of Cain and Abel. “A man committed a murder, and was pursued by the relations of the man whom he murdered. When he reached the river Nile, he saw a lion on its bank—and being fearfully afraid, climbed up a tree. He found a serpent...

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Devotion for Oct. 7, 2011

October 7, 2011

Devotion for Oct. 7, 2011 As the Pevensie children learn about Aslan in C. S. Lewis’s The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe, they inquire of Mr. Beaver: “Is [Aslan] quite safe?” To which their friend replies, “Safe? . . .’course he isn’t safe. But’s he’s good.” The children also learn that when Aslan returns, “he’ll put all to rights.” Though...

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Devotion for January 12, 2005

January 12, 2005

Devotion for January 12, 2005 The United Nations declared 2004 as the International Year to Commemorate the Struggle Against Slavery and Its Abolition, with August 23 marked as a special day for historical remembrances and celebrations of freedom. One of the U.N.’s purposes was to raise awareness that forms of slavery remain a problem around...

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