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Surviving the New Dark Age in Evangelical Christianity

“This is what the ancients were commended for.” – Hebrews 11:2

Many philosphers, christian theologians and prophetic men are speaking of Western civilization entering into a new dark age similar to the medieval dark ages. 1,048 more words

Safe Space

I’ve been asked by a few people why I won’t go to a men’s shelter, as I’ve stated in previous posts and during my “David Needs A Job” videos on YouTube. 671 more words

Looking For Work

God's Word is our Authority

I am writing today from the beautiful Tampa Bay area.

Occasionally, at church or the Adventist school where I teach Bible and evangelism, someone will ask me, “What do we believe about such and such?” My response has always been, “I don’t know what you believe, but here is what I, and many Seventh-day Adventists believe,” and I show them in the Bible what I believe and why. 447 more words

Sabbath School Lessons

The Fast Track Right Over The Poor

I want to bring to your attention a new program that will be great if you are looking for work in the Region of Waterloo’s growing technology market, as well as other parts of Canada. 621 more words

Looking For Work

Book Tour. A Knight Without his Lovers. Jamel Gross. 

A Knight Without His Lovers

Jamel Gross

Genre: Poetry

Publisher: BookVenture Publishing LLC

Date of Publication: January 2017

ISBN: 978-1-946250-95-7

Number of pages: 150

Word Count: 13,844… 512 more words


The Fight over Who Gets the Martyr's Relics

St. Boniface would have never wanted the dispute that followed his martyrdom in 754. Two of his disciples, Sts. Lull and Sturm, wanted his remains. 792 more words

Middle Ages


“Dunstan” by Conn Iggulden is a stand alone novel in the autobiographical novel category. The Dunstan in question is Saint Dunstan, builder of both Glastonbury Abbey and Canterbury Cathedral, and spiritual advisor to several early English/Wessex kings. 67 more words