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Author: Roy Kirkwood

The Christian Code

The most boring class I ever attempted to take was a computer code class. I thought I’ll try to learn something new and try to fix computers and build websites like my father. This was something that I quickly realized was not my calling nor skill, I did not last long. Computer coding is what makes it possible for us to create computer software, apps and websites. your browser, your OS, the apps on your phone, facebook, and this website – they’re all made with code. Computer code tells the computer what to do, and how to do it...

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Thank You Barack Obama

Today is President Obama last day being a sitting US President I would like to share my thoughts on him and what he means to me. I was a seventeen-year-old young man who was a senior in high school. I was taking a civics class and was learning a lot about how our government works. So at this point I learned a little bit about politics and I knew since I was about to turn eighteen. I would be the legal age to participate is the election of the 44th president of the United States of America. At this...

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Who Is Jesus? [Book Review]

I bought this book from our church bookstore and read it and loved every bit of it. I was going to write a book review on it. Then in our church magazine I see that one of our staff pastors beat me to the punch and did a better job than I would have so I thought I would share it with you. (Who Is Jesus?) Book Review By Pastor Al Leston If ever a book was written that needed to be read by both believers and non- believers the book, “Who Is Jesus?” is that book.  This little book will...

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I am a avid blog reader here are some of the blogs I’m subscribed to. H.B. Charles Jr. Micheal Hyatt  Charlie Dates  John Piper  Albert Mohler  Cameron Triggs Joshua Eggerson  Rick...

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Who Switched The Price Tags?

Famous Christian sociologist Anthony Tony Campolo tells a story about his childhood. Mischief in the night, the night before Halloween, was a highlight of the year for his neighborhood. It was the night the kids generated all sorts of mayhem for the adult world. Cars were egged, homes were tee-peed, air was let out of car tires, trash cans were overturned–a whole assortment of pranks were sprung on neighborhoods. So in the days and even weeks before October 30th, they would dream and plan what they were going to do on Mischief Night. Campolo recalls that it was during one...

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