Monthly Archives: May 2018

Remembering Freedom Isn’t Free

Memorial Day is an American holiday, which is observed on the last Monday of May as a day for remembering and honoring the courageous men and women who have died for the cause of freedom while serving in our military. Other countries have similar, solemn occasions, … Continue reading

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Pentecostal Worship for Today 

Today is Pentecost Sunday, according to a liturgical church-calendar. It reflects on the Jewish Feast of Pentecost, which occurred 50 days after the Passover-related events of our Lord’s death, burial, and resurrection. But, it is more than acknowledging an ancient … Continue reading

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Israel’s Story @ 70

The Land of Israel, “Eretz Israel,“ as it is known in Hebrew, has always been a land bridge connecting the early civilizations living between the Euphrates and Tigris Rivers to the northeast and those in the Nile River valley of … Continue reading

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The Lord Has Done Great Things!

The nation was deeply moved when the three Korean Americans who had been detained in North Korea walked off the U.S. military plane early Thursday morning at Joint Andrews Air Force Base, near Washington D.C. Kim Hak Soon and Kim … Continue reading

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