Monday, December 18, 2017

In Heaven’s Eyes

Written by Phill McHugh and recorded by Sandi Patti

A fervent prayer rose up to heaven;
A fragile soul was losing ground.
Sorting through the earthly babel,
Heaven heard the sound.
This was a life of no distinction;
No successes, only tries.
But gazing down on this unlovely one,
There was love in Heaven’s eyes.

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Giving Up

Have you felt like giving up lately?

A growing number of pastors and Christian educators have been writing to me in recent months telling of their concern for folks who are simply giving up, including themselves. One pastor called and said, “I see my people trying so hard to cope with problems in their marriages and pressures in their personal Read the rest...

Dying to Self

When you are forgotten, or neglected, or
purposely set at naught,
And you don t sting and hurt with the insult
or the oversight, but your heart is happy
being counted worthy to suffer for Christ,

When your good is evil spoken of,
When your wishes are crossed, your advice
disregarded, your opinions ridiculed,
And … Read the rest...

The Bondage of the Will

“A Mighty Fortress Is Our God” Song by Martin Luther, to hear it, simply click  the “play” button:

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Book Review by Richard Engstrom

“If I profess

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A Lost Art

“Let the people know the facts and the country will be saved.”- Abraham Lincoln


It was Peter and John who started it. A promise to “keep quiet” would have been enough; and there were other ways in which they might have told the excited crowd their story, without being provocative and standing Read the rest...

A Christian Philosophy of Education

by Dr. Paul W. Cates, Ph.D.

From a Christian philosophy of education, thoughts and actions can be derived, implemented, and defended. The elements to be considered in developing a Christian philosophy of education range from theological and doctrinal to social and educational. The first step is the development of a Biblical base. The Bible becomes the skeleton on which Read the rest...

About Faith Christian Ministries

Not every child learns in the “normal” instructional method. God has created each child to be an individual, with a specific learning style. It is the job of home schooling and christian school parents to discover each child’s learning technique, what his or her gifts are, where his or her talents lie, and how to chose curriculum to best Read the rest...

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