Social Issues

Social Issues

by Emily Jones Social Issues. These two little words evoke varied, and usually strong, opinions when discussed on any platform. Some see social issues as simply side discussions while others see them as core to human existence.  Significant social issues have...

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The Church & COVID-19

The Church & COVID-19

by Mark Cravens "Pandemic!” Just like that, our world immediately changed. The COVID-19 pandemic happened. The word “pandemic” most of us had never heard used in relation to a health crisis in America. Such a word, synonymous with plague and contagion, is suddenly...

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What God Does in Crisis

What God Does in Crisis

by Darrell Stetler II "In these unprecedented times…” If I never hear that phrase again, that would be fine with me.  If you’re like me, your inbox was flooded with companies you had forgotten, reminding you that they still had your email address.  They...

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Johnny Goes to College

Johnny Goes to College

by Ken Farmer, Vice President for Academic Affairs, God's Bible School and College Revivalist DECISIONS: Prospective college students are in a state of flux. Developmental psychologists and counselors describe a period of “storm and stress” where issues related to...

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Importance of Mentoring

Importance of Mentoring

Description of Mentoring: Mentor : a trusted counselor or guide. P.W. Keve, a pioneer in the field of criminal justice wrote, “a mentor [is a person] who, because he is detached and disinterested, can hold up a mirror to us.” Historically Christianity has known the...

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Mentoring: What Does It Look Like?

Mentoring: What Does It Look Like?

If you’ve ever googled the word mentor, you may have stumbled across an obscure fellow from Greek mythology who went by that name. The story goes that Mentor was the trusted friend of Odysseus, a powerful king. Odysseus committed to Mentor the responsibility of...

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Ministry Mentor: What Do I Do Now?

Ministry Mentor: What Do I Do Now?

Nathan Gumbiner 23 Now the Lord spoke to Moses, saying, 24 “This is what applies to the Levites: from twenty-five years old and upward they shall enter to perform service in the work of the tent of meeting. 25 But at the age of fifty years they shall retire from...

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