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March 7, 2024

 

 

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On our latest podcast, minister O.J. Shabazz of the Harlem Church of Christ in New York shares insight from his more than 40 years in the pulpit. He reflects on the practical wisdom in his book “Excellence in Ministry: A Guide to Protocols and Etiquette for Church Leaders.”

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Trusting God in the fire
 

Trusting God in the fire

 

Dead cattle. Burned homes. Scorched prairie.

In the Texas Panhandle, Christians are leaning on their faith after the largest wildfire in state history.

Members of Churches of Christ are among the victims — and the helpers — in the fire’s aftermath.

Bobby Ross Jr. reports from Canadian, Texas.

 
 

 
‘God will provide’: Preacher loses house in Texas wildfire
 
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‘God will provide’: Preacher loses house in Texas wildfire

 

“You can replace things, but lives and souls — you can’t replace those,” Shawn Davis says after his home burned in the fire.

Despite no insurance to replace his family’s losses, Davis said he trusts God.

Bobby Ross Jr. reports from Canadian, Texas.

 
‘It’s not the amount … it’s the heart’
 

‘It’s not the amount … it’s the heart’

 

Why did a Houston church give $50,000 to help Texas Panhandle wildfire victims — 600 miles away?

Well, that’s an interesting story.

Bobby Ross Jr. reports from Canadian, Texas.


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Watch the gift announcement.

 
 

 
Book offers clarity on a biblical view of LGBTQ+ relationships
 

Book offers clarity on a biblical view of LGBTQ+ relationships

 

Jimmy Adcox reviews Rubel Shelly’s new book “Male and Female God Created Them: A Biblical Review of LGBTQ+ Claims.”

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Editorial: As truth-seeking Christians, we must be willing to listen
 

Editorial: As truth-seeking Christians, we must be willing to listen

 

We all like to think we have the truth on every issue. We all have a confirmation bias, preferring to seek out and listen to arguments that support what we already believe.

No one likes to be wrong.

But we often are. The Bible is littered with people who thought they knew the truth, until they didn’t.

Read the editorial by Calvin Cockrell.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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