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Beyond - January 2021

By David K. Bernard     In 2020, the church in North America faced unprecedented challenges involving health, economics, politics, regulations, natural disasters, and civil unrest. We even encountered some social persecution as Christian worship and beliefs came under attack.

I Wish I Had Known - January 2021

By P. Daniel Buford    It was a long year. Was 2020 really only twelve months long? I can still remember its troubles, COVID-19 pandemic, divisions, riots, isolation, social distancing, and masks. I remember our losses, our distress, our heartache, and our confusion. And yet, 2020 is over.

Let The Manager Speak - December 2020

By Scott Graham     “It’s the most wonderful time of the year!” Or so say the lyrics of one of the familiar songs of this season. Christmastime is filled with iconic images and lasting symbols of the season, both sacred and secular.

It's Only Six Miles - December 2020

By P. Daniel Buford     While it is hundreds of miles from the “East” to Bethlehem, it is only six miles from Jerusalem to Bethlehem. Just a day’s travel, but what a difference when considered through the lens of Matthew 2. Perhaps a few lessons can be learned from the passage.

The Church and Politics - November 2020

By David K. Bernard     As Christians, we have a heavenly citizenship (Philippians 3:20). The church consists of people from every nation and ethnicity, yet we also are citizens of earthly nations. Thus, the Bible teaches that we should be good citizens in our society.

Thought from a COVID-19 Lockdown - November 2020

By P. Daniel Buford     I was dragged kicking and protesting into my personal COVID-19 lockdown, joining the growing number of unwilling participants. I never thought this would happen; it was a total surprise. I checked on my calendar and it was not even penciled in.

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By David K. Bernard     In 2020, the church in North America faced unprecedented challenges involving health, economics, politics, regulations, natural disasters, and civil unrest. We even encountered some social persecution as Christian worship and beliefs came under attack. In such...

By P. Daniel Buford    It was a long year. Was 2020 really only twelve months long? I can still remember its troubles, COVID-19 pandemic, divisions, riots, isolation, social distancing, and masks. I remember our losses, our distress, our heartache, and our confusion. And yet, 2020 is over. While...

By Scott Graham     “It’s the most wonderful time of the year!” Or so say the lyrics of one of the familiar songs of this season. Christmastime is filled with iconic images and lasting symbols of the season, both sacred and secular. They fill store windows and household living rooms: a star, a...