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The Armenian Genocide In Photos

Via The Armenian Genocide Museum-Institute: "What is the Armenian Genocide? The extermination of Armenians in the Ottoman Empire and the surrounding regions during 1915-1923 is called the Armenian Genocide.

10 Hard Lessons I've Learned By Experience

Some of life’s greatest lessons come packaged in a hard personal experience. I’ve learned a few things in life, but truly, the greatest things I know came through mistakes, failures and disappointments.

ISIS Recruiter Tells Girls to Bring Lingerie to War Zone

By Mark Ellis and Michael Ashcraft Posing as a 15-year-old curious about joining the Islamic State, an investigative reporter was asked by a jihadi recruiter to come quickly to Syria and to “bring lingerie.” “These people are child abusers,” says Jim Gamble, former chief executive of Brita

Son’s Tragic Accident, God Gave Peace Through Powerful Visions

By Mark Ellis While the whole family milked cows in the late afternoon on their Michigan farm, 10-year-old son Freddie remembered he left his BB gun in a barn across the road from their house. “He was going to ride his bike to grab his BB gun and come back,” says Donna Oesch, Freddie’s mothe

6 Healthy Habits to Give Your Brain a Boost

http://wellsourceinc.blogspot.in/2015/02/6-healthy-habits-to-give-your-brain.html | As far as physical fitness goes, most people have a general idea about what needs to be done to stay in good shape.

9 Manufacturing Trends & Predictions for 2015

http://blog.ganeshmachinery.com/9-manufacturing-trends-predictions-for-2015-ganesh-machinery/ 2015 will likely be a pivotal year in the manufacturing sector.

Rebuilding Your Sex Life With Your Spouse After Years of Refusing Sex

Most of you who read this blog regularly are here because you want to make your marriage better. Some of you may be in a great stage of marriage and just want to make sure it stays that way..

Islamic State will conquer Europe, militants tell embedded German journalist

By Mark Ellis and Michael Ashcraft After visiting Islamic State-occupied territory at great risk, a German journalist called the extremist organization a “movement with the power of a nuclear bomb” after returning home last week.

Sodom and G'America

Perilous times have arrived in our great country. We are losing ground in what was once the land of the free and the home of the brave.

Why I Stopped Watching The Walking Dead

It’s official. I don’t watch AMC’s The Walking Dead anymore. Without a doubt, I have always been an action movie kind of guy and am the sort that believes it’s a crying shame that Arnold Schwarzenegger has never received an Oscar.

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Robin Schumacher

Predestination and God’s Sovereign Choice

Adults Excluded; Little Children Only Welcomed

Christian Post Guest Voices

“Whoever does not receive the kingdom of God as a little child will by no means enter it” (Luke 18:17). Big shots need not apply. Pride disqualifies all applicants.

Posted 6/19/15 at 10:43 AM Guest Views

Every Family Needs One

Karen Kramer

“The world cries for men who are strong, strong in conviction, strong to lead, to stand, to suffer.” Elisabeth Elliot The tiny infant in the intensive care incubator was his first child.

Posted 6/19/15 at 8:06 AM Friday Tidings

What My Dad Said About Fathers

Christian Post Guest Voices

“Who can find a virtuous man? For his price is far above diamonds” (Not Proverbs 31:10, but it well could be.) My father, Carl J. McKeever (1912-2007), was someone no one who met him ever forgot. Like a certain son of his, he was a talker.

Posted 6/18/15 at 2:01 PM Guest Views

Phone Call From Heaven Saved Suicidal Addict

Mark Ellis

As a street tough and drug addict, he spent his life on the edge of the law. But heaven broke through in a surprising way one afternoon when he looked death in the face. “I would beat up bullies,” Philbert MacKowiak said.

Posted 6/18/15 at 6:30 PM God Reports

The Dangers of Identity Bending

Robin Schumacher

The old joke goes like this: two drunken sailors are staggering back to their ship from a bar. Along the way they get lost and suddenly see a figure walking towards them out of the fog, which is the captain of their ship.

Posted 6/15/15 at 9:55 PM The Confident Christian

'Audacity' Brings Truth and Compassion to the Conversation About Homosexuality

Sunny Shell

By definition, "audacity" can refer to sheer arrogance for the sake of arrogance, or boldness without any regard for self-preservation. In his latest film, "Audacity" (available for download on June 24, 2015), Ray Comfort and his staff at Living Waters Publications, graciously demonstrates

Posted 6/15/15 at 6:07 PM Abandoned to Christ

When Daddy Issues Affect Your Marriage

Christian Post Guest Voices

It’s Wednesday, the day when we always talk marriage! I introduce a topic, and then all of you who are bloggers can link up your own posts below. And with Father’s Day coming up this week, I thought I’d look at how those of us with father issues can try to keep those issues out of our marriage

Posted 6/17/15 at 11:17 AM Guest Views

7 Tips for Hiring the Right Person for the Church Staff

Ron Edmondson

We must make good staff hires in the church. That’s seems common sense to me , but there’s a definite reason. In most churches it is often difficult to remove someone once they are added.

Posted 6/17/15 at 11:28 AM Ron Edmondson Personal Page

7 Suggestions When Interviewing for a Church Staff Position

Ron Edmondson

I serve on the board of a local youth leadership program. These students are the top of their class, so the entry is competitive. Part of qualifying process is an interview with board members — most who are seasoned business and community leaders.

Posted 6/17/15 at 11:23 AM Ron Edmondson Personal Page
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