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Growing a Multicultural Church - July 2019

By David K. Bernard     Our nation is becoming more diverse, and to fulfill its mission the church must win and assimilate people of all backgrounds. There are many reasons why we should engage in multicultural, multiracial outreach.

Shipshape - July 2019

By P. Daniel Buford     Even though I am a landlubber and would rather sit astraddle a horse than stand on a reeling deck, I know about ships and boats.

Your Pastor, Your Bishop - June 2019

By David K. Bernard     Do you have a pastor? Do you have a spiritual leader or leaders to whom you are accountable? Have you learned to submit to authority even when you don’t understand or agree with every decision? Do you respect, honor, and support spiritual leaders?

Everyone Needs A Man - June 2019

By P. Daniel Buford     Everyone needs a man. Little girls need a man to love and nurture them, to train and cherish them, to show them how special they really are, and for them to call “Daddy.”

The Five Fold Ministry Part 2 - May 2019

By David K. Bernard     Let us look briefly at the five types of church leaders in Ephesians 4:11.

What If... - May 2019

By P. Daniel Buford    The “what ifs” of life can be energizing or depressing. It just depends on the “what if.” 

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