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Serve

Over the last several articles I have been laying out practical ways to equip young people to stand firm in their faith. The first article outlined the importance of training up a child. The second and third articles were all about evangelizing our children. In this...

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A New Years Revelation

January 1st, 2020 marks not only a new year, but also a new decade. Once again, many people will be making all kinds of New Year’s resolutions. People will be starting new diets and enrolling in gym memberships in efforts to improve their looks and lifestyles....

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Staying Hot in Times of Cold

“Because lawlessness is increased, most people’s love (Agape) will grow cold.” – Matthew 24:12 Have you ever fallen through the ice of a pond in winter? I remember when I was around 6 years old being immersed in the freezing cold waters of Buck Pond near our home. I...

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Marriage & Parenting Conference

During the second weekend in August Koinonia hosted a Marriage & Parenting Seminar. Here are the testimonies of some of the attendees: By George and Christine Jegadesh We were pleased to be able to attend the Marriage and Family Conference hosted by Koinonia in...

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One Race, One Blood, Two Births

“You know what the answer to racism is? You start with the true history of the world in the Bible. There is only one race, we are all related, we are all one family. We all have the same problem of sin, we all need the same solution, Jesus Christ.” –Ken Ham “And He...

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The Force Within

“For God has not given us a spirit of fear, but of power and love and a sound mind.” (2 Timothy 1:7) This statement is only true for born again believers in Jesus Christ. First of all, humanity is in bondage “through fear of death” (Hebrews 2:15), and the only way to...

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Does God Know You?

In our fast-paced culture most connections are superficial and relationships are shallow. It is possible to “know” (be acquainted with) many people, but really know, or be known by, no one. The word know is a verb, and its meanings include: to recognize, be acquainted...

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Digital Addiction

Recently I have been doing lots of research on screen time, social media, and their effects on the human brain and our society. In youth group the teens and leaders watched a documentary together called “Connect” by Kirk Cameron that is currently on Netflix. This...

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Sweet Dreams

“Now I lay me down to sleep; I pray the Lord my soul to keep.” This familiar children’s prayer has the right perspective even for adults, for mental cognizance is not a prerequisite to spiritual interaction with God. If it were, God would not be able to ‘touch’ or...

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Understanding

Our kids won’t understand us until we understand them. If those I care about most were to characterize how I show my love for them, one word I hope they’d use is “empathetic.” But I feel like I’m failing at it miserably. Parenting is far better when we journey with...

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