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This Month in Missions

  In these times of uncertainty there is one thing that is certain. In these times of insecurity there is one place of security. In these times of spiritual wickedness there is one place of peace. The Church! Although during the day and age in which we live the North American church is facing tremendous […]

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Church In A Day – Trafalgar, IN

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Man with a Mission: Frank Bartleman at Eighth and Maple

by Matthew Shaw Frank Bartleman, who was so instrumental in the advent of Pentecost in Los Angeles, was an itinerant in spirit.  He was possessed of a mild but mercurial nature, which led him hither and yon working for the cause of the Kingdom.  Bro. Bartleman seemed always to be looking for the next deeper […]

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How To Affair-Proof Your Marriage

by Kirk VanOoteghem A tragic reality of our society is that more marriages encounter infidelity than those that do not.  Research on the subject estimates that at least one spouse in up to 75% of all marriages in the U.S. will be unfaithful to their partner at some point during the union. The problem has […]

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This Month in Missions

by Rev. Greg Bowman As we get into the fall season our churches I know many of you are beginning the planning for your 2012 Church Calendar.  As you are planning please remember to set aside some services in your upcoming calendar for Missionary Services. In the month of October we will be both posting […]

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The Sanctuary of Syracuse

  The Sanctuary of Syracuse celebrated the dedication of their new facility to the service of the LORD on September 10.                      

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Who Owns Your Car?

by Tim Massengale               Pastor Mark North took a last bite of his omelet and washed it quickly down with a gulp of black coffee.  Wiping his mouth with the napkin, he reached for the check. “Thanks again, Elder, for inviting me to meet you for breakfast.  Sorry to […]

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I Surrender All

by Robert Stroup An individual may be very devoted to the Lord without being truly surrendered. One may be deeply committed to making sacrifices without being wholly yielded to the Lord. The difference in commitment and surrender is that when you make a commitment you are still in control. No matter how righteous or good […]

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Overcoming All Things

by Dan Cox Jesus tells the parable in Matthew 13 of the enemy sowing tares among the wheat while the men slept. The parable of the wheat and tares emphasizes that Satan will sow alongside those who sow the Word of God. Jesus’ message to the churches in Revelation is a promise of the inheritance […]

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Incredible Summer

What an incredible summer it has been in the Indiana District. From the miracle of the mortgage burning that took place at Family Camp to the spirit of sacrificial giving that took place raising $100,000 for property and at Sr. High Camp watching that same spirit move over the youth campers who pledged $35,000 for […]

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