Monthly Archives: November 2013

A Tip For Pastors – Sometimes Your Best Resource is a Motel Owner

┬áIf you’re like me, you get many calls from people seeking assistance. Sometimes they are looking for food, money, rides, or help paying for rent and electricity. The hardest part of this process is is figuring out if you are … Continue reading

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Christians, Don’t Become Your Own Minitrue!

In George Orwell’s dystopian novel 1984, the main character, Winston Smith, worked at a government organization called the Ministry of Truth (or “Minitrue” in the “Newspeak” of the novel.) Smith’s job was to revise history to fit the ever changing … Continue reading

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