Prove It Series: Part 3

Prove It Series: Part 3

When it comes to the Bible, there is a loud roar from mockers and scoffers today with statements such as: “It's an ancient book filled with myths,” “It's been proven time and time again to be false,”  “The Bible has changed so many times over the centuries that's not...

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Prove It Series: Part 2

Prove It Series: Part 2

Many people today believe that science and Christianity are not compatible; that they conflict with one another.  This is communicated in many high schools and colleges. I see it everywhere on social media.  One of the main reasons 18 to 29 year old’s, who grew up...

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Prove It Series Part 1

Prove It Series Part 1

There are three groups of people who are asking good questions about God and the Bible. They are skeptics, seekers, and believers. Skeptics ask questions because they have doubts. Seekers ask questions because they are in the search for truth. Believers ask questions...

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The Day my Mother Met an Islamic Terrorist

The Day my Mother Met an Islamic Terrorist

My mother doesn’t shy away from talking to anyone, especially when it’s about Jesus.  In 2006, at the age of 65, my mother left the comforts of her home in Medford, Oregon to begin a new ministry with Child Evangelism Fellowship. My mom was the pioneer in launching...

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The Summer That Almost Destroyed My Family

The Summer That Almost Destroyed My Family

The summer of 1976 started off great. I had just finished sixth grade and celebrated my 12th birthday in early June. Then I received the sudden news that my father was leaving our family. I didn’t want him to leave but he said he needed to go to Alaska to earn some...

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God Had to Blind Me So I Could See

God Had to Blind Me So I Could See

The year was 1942. The place was San Jose, California. World War 2 was headlining all the news reports from the Pacific and European fronts. Updates on the battles, troop movements, and death tolls were beginning to frighten an eleven-year-old little boy named...

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