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God connects when we feel disconnected

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God connects when we feel disconnected

Oftentimes, we think of suffering as an event. But what happens when a series of tragic events unfold, like we see in the life of Job? Not only are you dealing with multiple losses, but as each new one arises, somehow all the previous losses bubble to the surface, which…

Suffering in silence — addicts and their families

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Suffering in silence — addicts and their families

“Life is so short. I don’t want to be remembered as the guy who got caught up chasing a paycheck working 65 hours a week who lost sight of what matters most. I want to be remembered as someone who put God and his family first, someone who worked to…

Amid pandemic precautions, Fruitland graduates 29 to take gospel to the world

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Amid pandemic precautions, Fruitland graduates 29 to take gospel to the world

Fruitland Baptist Bible College conferred degrees on 29 graduates in a commencement service at the main campus in Hendersonville on Friday, Sept. 11. The briefer-than-usual service had full pandemic precautions in place, including masks, social distancing and gloves.

When the opioid crisis hits home

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When the opioid crisis hits home

Parker Stephenson grew up in a Christian home with Christian parents who were well-known in the community. He even went to a Christian school. Parker didn’t fit the stereotype we associate with drug addiction. How can the church move beyond the stigma and shame of addiction and minister to those…

Seeing life through the eyes of a refugee

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Seeing life through the eyes of a refugee

We live in a day when global migrations are occurring at a dizzying pace. According to the U.N. Refugee Agency, more than 44,000 people per day are forced to flee their homes due to violent conflict or persecution. Let that number sink in — 44,000 people per day.

Blessings and benefits of bivocational & covocational ministry

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Blessings and benefits of bivocational & covocational ministry

What if having a job outside of your church turned out to be one of the greatest blessings that you have ever experienced in your pastoral life? Though full-time vocational ministry may be commonplace in America, this phenomenon is only about 100 years old. Before pastors worked full-time in churches,…

Tom Knight

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Tom Knight

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