The Importance of Increasing Knowledge

  Dear Y.B.M.: I am writing this letter from the beautiful F.W. Bluford Library on the historically black North Carolina A & T University in Greensboro, North Carolina. I am in town for a special meeting that I am to speak at in a local church. But my being here in this particular library is …

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Becoming a Bravehearted Woman

The World-Changing Power of Christ-Centered Femininity The stillness of the African night was shattered by a piercing scream. Fair-skinned, red-haired Mary Slessor hurried out of her hut, a concerned look on her face. As she stood listening, she heard the sound of yelling and drumming growing steadily louder in the distance. Mary began walking briskly …

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Discipleship vs. Evangelism

Most Christians believe that the primary purpose of salvation is to avoid hell. That may have been what you were taught, but it’s not what the Bible teaches. In fact, that kind of thinking serves to inoculate people from the truth of the Gospel concerning salvation.

How Will You Be Found?

Every day we hear of someone whose life was suddenly and unexpectedly cut short.  They may have been fishing, teaching a class, driving to the grocery store for some milk, riding a bicycle, digging a trench, or “keeping the peace” in some distant land.  Without warning, their life on earth has come to an end. …

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Witnessing to Children of the Night

…They that sleep sleep in the night; and they that be drunken are drunken in the night. – 1 Thessalonians 5:7 I’m qualified to write this article. I’ve known the life that includes smoky nightclubs, broken relationships, college “fun”, and the secular. Many Christians who have not known this life are failing miserably at even …

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