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Philippians 3:12-16: Forward in Christ

Philippians 3:12-16Forward in Christ

Wednesday, April 18, 2018

I do not claim that I have already succeeded or have already become perfect. I keep striving to win the prize for which Christ Jesus has already won me to himself.  498 more words

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Forbidden Bible Verses -- Acts 16:35-40

The three-year Lectionary that many Catholics and Protestants hear in public worship gives us a great variety of Holy Scripture.

Yet, it doesn’t tell the whole story. 2,114 more words

Protestant

Hundreds of eggs hidden on AB campus

Phi Kappa Delta sister Abby Smith stuffs an Easter egg last Thursday evening in the Kincaid game room. The sorority hosted an Easter event for the community, with plans to make it an annual affair. 225 more words

Campus

Forbidden Bible Verses -- Acts 16:11-15

The three-year Lectionary that many Catholics and Protestants hear in public worship gives us a great variety of Holy Scripture.

Yet, it doesn’t tell the whole story. 1,976 more words

Protestant

March 11th 2018: Andy Millership

Acts 16:16

In AD 49 Paul and Silas once again headed for Asia Minor. Paul had a vision of a man from Macedonia calling him so they made their way to the regional capital, Philippi. 773 more words

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Resisting the powers of greed

In the name of Jesus, Paul and Silas healed a slave-girl at Philippi whose owners exploited her for money as a fortune-teller (Acts 16). When the owners “saw that their hope of making money was gone, they seized Paul and Silas and dragged them into the marketplace before the authorities.” Officials beat the two, then clamped them in stocks in jail. 615 more words

Paul

“The Dreadful Responsibility”: Why George B. McClellan Was the Go-To Guy (part one)

ECW welcomes back Jon-Erik Gilot
(part one of two)

I’ve long been fascinated with the early days, weeks, and months of the Civil War. The optimism and unbounded confidence displayed on both sides of the conflict during the spring and summer of 1861 would quickly wane as the human toll began to exceed even the wildest expectations. 751 more words