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The Feast of Passover and the Lord’s Supper

Author: David SmithCategory: Theology

On October 3, 1789, George Washington signed and issued a proclamation that Thursday, the 26th of November of that year, would be a day set aside for rendering thanks to “that great and glorious Being” for the newfound government, peace and plenty found in America. The tradition continued, and on October 3, 1863, Abraham Lincoln established Thanksgiving Day to be a permanent national ...

Faithful Gospel Presence in the Public Schools

Author: Coleman WagnerCategory: Culture

Though our culture would prefer faith stay in the private arena rather than the public one, God calls all Christians to engage their workplaces with the gospel of Jesus Christ. Every vocation presents unique challenges and opportunities to follow this call, and the public school system is no exception. As a part-time tutor married to a math teacher, I’ve seen how teachers, coaches and ...

Politics Beyond the Presidential Election

Author: Kyle Worley

Many of us could schedule a tweet right now for midnight of Election Day that reads, “Well, this is disappointing.” Regardless of who wins, the country loses. For active citizens, there is nothing more maddening and frustrating than the presidential election because many of us believe that the most influential political decision we will make occurs every fourth November. Indeed, ...

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