A World of Temptation

Sometime ago, at a funeral an unusual performance took place after the eulogy.   The son of the decease sang a song by Louis Armstrong, a black American composer from the twenties.  He was famous for his gravelly voice and improvised trumpet playing.  One song made famous was “It is a wonderful world” and was played

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The Undoing of Our Nation

After World War II, an operative was created for the purpose of gathering, processing, and analyzing information. The Central Intelligence Agency was born due to failures at home and abroad — Pearl Harbour was one such instance — where clues of unforeseen aggression and foreign espionage could have been traced and countered early but never

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When Death Is Not An Issue

This week, the elders of Emmanuel Baptist Church would like to share with you this blog post written by Pastor Bill Morgan of Grace Baptist Church in Schreiber, Ontario. A few weeks ago, in a sermon, I tackled the issue of death as it relates to a person who has been born again – a

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From Rebellion to Redemption

In the first grade, I asked my teacher “Where did human beings come from?” She said, “I don’t know. Many people are trying to discover the origins of life and everyone has a different belief.” I wasn’t the smartest kid in public school. In third grade, I was diagnosed with ADHD by a psychologist. I was

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