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We believe in the power of the Scriptures and the Holy Spirit. We believe that if you continue to engage in the Scripture intellectually, and in prayer emotionally, the growth in your connection to the Holy Spirit will change your life and the world around you for the better.

In short, we wish you to read, reflect, pray, repeat, and by so doing, change your world.

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To get you started reading, here are a few of our readers’ favorite posts from this year so far:


The Necessity of The Spirit

Oct9We need the Spirit not because our skills, our wealth, and our influence cannot accomplish things of significance, but because the truly significant is hidden, like a treasure buried in a field. We must follow the Spirit, forsaking all else to find it.


Resting in Hopelessness

Sept 4We fear contentment because it has become convoluted with complacency. How can we rest at peace when there are great things to accomplish, proper beliefs to be held, and greener pastures in which we could find ourselves?



Rushing to Hell

Hell is distance from God; heaven is intimacy with him. It is a mistake to talk about hell as a problem in need of a solution—as if each of us has been left alone to earn our own way out of such desolation and hopelessness.


Tasting Eternity

Six days a week we seek to dominate the world, on the seventh day we try to dominate the self. The Sabbath is a day for the sake of life. Man is not a beast of burden, and the Sabbath is not for the purpose of enhancing the efficiency of his work.