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God’s Testimony

As Vikki watched, I struggled to load the old reclining chair into my Nissan Murano. My wife had placed the chair on the side of the road with a sign that read, “For Sale, $15.” Vikki had chewed me down to $10, and now wanted free delivery. She didn’t live far away, so I agreed

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Scripture Alone: Stewardship

There are many areas of Scripture where we are tempted to add to or subtract from what the Word tells us. Justification by faith alone, for example. This truth has been plagued through the centuries by those who would add to Scripture when it comes to our salvation. In parallel with that thinking is the

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Solutions for Scripture-Avoidance

We look forward to summer vacations! Breaks in routine are great for refreshment and renewal. But sometimes changes in schedule wreak havoc with an established devotional time. How do we keep our study of Scripture fresh and free from avoidance (and the resulting guilty feelings) in the midst of our time-crunched busy lives? Some women

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I Could Have Done So Much More

The Holocaust Museum in Washington, D.C. documents the atrocity of six million Jews murdered in Germany during World War II. One beam of light chronicled there is the story of Oskar Schindler, a German industrialist. Schindler is credited with saving the lives of 1,200 Jews, sparing them from the brutality and evil of concentration camps

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LBS 2017 Graduates

KRISTIAN ANDERSON: Kristian grew up in Brooklyn, New York. He moved to Sayville, NY during his junior year of high school and graduated from Sayville High School. He went on to study History and Political Science at Wagner College, and then Biblical Theology and Youth Ministry at Nyack College. He came to faith in Christ

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