Books That Changed My Thinking, #3

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Books That Have Changed My Thinking, #2

My parents were baptized and became New Testament Christians when I was five years old. From that time on I was (and have been) in Sunday School and worship assemblies without fail. Being constantly exposed to Bible teaching is one thing. Knowing how to study on my own was quite another.

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BRAZIL MISSION REPORT WHITE FAMILY JUNE 2019

Keep fired up in the Lord brothers and sisters, Here is a brief summary of what that Lord has been doing in Brazil through our partnership in the gospel that started many years ago. Praise God for his grace and mercy, God bless, Mark, Juaneylla, Deborah, Barbara White

Podcast Review: Three Chords and the Truth

This is the first of what will be an ongoing series of podcast reviews. These reviews will focus on podcasts that we have discovered that offer something that we believe our readers will find useful, enriching, or at the very least, entertaining.

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Books That Have Changed My Thinking, #1

As I look back over 50+ years of Bible-based training, studying and ministry, there are a few books that have had a profound effect on my thinking. This is the first of several posts on some of those books, and why they impacted me.

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Each Life

It is said that when Napoleon was crossing the Alps with his troops, a drummer-boy was swept away by an avalanche of snow. He was utterly unable to rejoin the others without assistance. Nearby soldiers looked back but dared not stop and go to his aid without orders to do so. The little boy began to play the relief call on his drum, and the soldiers heard him. Napoleon himself was told of the accident, but made no response. So they traveled onward. The boy watched from far below as the army marched away.

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1 Peter – Introductory Material

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“Why Good Arguments Often Fail” Book Review

Why Good Arguments Often Fail: Making a More Persuasive Case for Christ, by James W. Sire. Published by IVP Press.

Rather than focusing on the various arguments which constitute the broad topic of “Christian Evidences,” James Sire devotes most of his book to the topics of logic and why people are (or are not) persuaded to accept a different point of view.

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Selecta Flooring, LLC-- Finest One To Manage Your Flooring Relevant Problems

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“Israel Fieldbook” Free Download

Earlier we featured a great book on

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