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The White House

Christianity is Losing…

Christianity is losing, or so it would seem after another stroll down Facebook lane. I scrolled past a dozen posts about the latest ruling by the Supreme Court of the United States followed by several posts discussing the latest church fires that have occurred throughout the Southeast. I saw link to an article about the 10 Commandments…

Hunting on Sunday's

Hunting on “The Lord’s Day”

Op-Ed by Billy Mauldin Having served in the local church and for the past sixteen years with Motor Racing Outreach, I greatly value seeing men and women, young and old, involved in the church, the body of Christ. I know for a fact that health and well-being begins and ends with a personal relationship with…

Christians and Alcohol

I’m a Christian…and I Don’t Drink.

I am about to make a controversial statement. I am a Christian, and I don’t drink alcohol. There, I said it! Crazy isn’t it? What is even crazier to me is that it used to be controversial to hear “I am a Christian and I do drink alcohol.“ It is amazing how things have shifted. I am…

Homeless Nashville TN

Beware of the Homeless. They Might Touch You.

Picture this. You find yourself strolling down the beautiful downtown streets of whatever city you live near. As you are walking, a man extends his hand to you in an attempt to stop and engage you. He is well groomed and clean. A fancy watch clings to his wrist from his extended hand. His face is…

The Middle Day

The Middle Day.

The Saturday sandwiched between Good Friday (when Jesus hung on a cross and released his life) and Resurrection Sunday (when Jesus arose from the dead) is a curious day in the Christian faith. The Bible is pretty quiet about this day.   If we were to put ourselves in the sandals of the early followers of…

Zacchaeus, The Easter Story

Zacchaeus, the Easter Story.

This Easter I am reminded of a little guy named Zacchaeus. (No, not because it is tax season.) In his Gospel, Luke brings us into a story in chapter 19 about Jesus passing through the border town of Jericho on his way to Jerusalem. In town there was a chief tax collector named Zacchaeus, who had…

Martinsville Speedway Chapel

We Lost Jesus. – Martinsville Speedway Chapel

Have you ever lost someone?   If you’ve ever spent time watching children before, you can immediately relate to that question. As a parent, I always thought that was beyond me. I mean, how do you lose a child, right? Well, with an extremely active six and three year old I’ve learned that, in fact, it…

Froman Family

Heroes in the Shadows

When you were a child what did you want to be when you grew up? A fireman? An astronaut? Musician? Cowboy? Sports superstar? What were your dreams? I had three. I wanted to be a racecar driver, I wanted to be an artist for Disney and I wanted to have a family. All of my…

 

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