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Be a sport about it

Written by Quinn Welsch on .

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The name Cecil has made headlines this past week, along with a few others: Huckabee, Trump (again) Sam Dubose, Planned Parenthood, etc.

Unlike those other names, Cecil was not a token of political debate. In fact, Cecil did not understand the word “politics” because Cecil was not even human.

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Guns, safety and reason

Written by Cole Williams on .

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Naturally, since the horrible shootings in Lafayette, folks have been weighing in on Second Amendment rights all over social media.  I come at this subject from a somewhat unusual place, I feel.

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Love You Can Do It!

Written by Alfred Moore on .

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Love is a four letter word. Love is simple.  It’s mentioned over 300 times in the King James Version of the Bible which is an indication that it is simple and everyone can do it. Galations 5:6  says that faith works by love. 

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A hard conversation to have

Written by Quinn Welsch on .

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It was getting close to 9 p.m. when I first got word of the shooting in Lafayette. Area news teams and TV crews were flocking to the scene and filling the ether with updates: “killer among the dead…” “several wounded…” “firing randomly…”

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Overcoming hurt

Written by Shedrick Winfield on .

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If anybody was familiar with hurt it is Jesus.

At the beginning of his ministry he was the most popular man in Galilee, but at the close of it, he was the most betrayed man on earth. As the disciples prepared to take the lord’s supper, the lord revealed some sticking information to them. All of them would betray him in the darkest hour of his earthly life.

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