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    Don’t Be Ignorant of Satan’s Devices!

    by Mike Bennett - January 30, 2012

    We are at war! Our adversary, Satan the devil, hates us and wants to destroy us. We must be aware of our enemy’s weapons and tactics, because our spiritual life depends on it. The...Read More

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    Two Kinds of Impossible

    by Mike Bennett - January 12, 2012

    What does the Bible say about things that are impossible, and what can we learn from two kinds of impossible? As we begin a new year, many of us are thinking of our goals and...Read More

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    Wired for War?

    by Mike Bennett - January 5, 2012

    Are men wired for war? Are violent games and modern military technology reinforcing that wiring? How can we rewire for peace? American Civil War General Robert E. Lee once said, “It...Read More

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    “Who Can Find a Faithful Man?”

    by Mike Bennett - November 4, 2011

    Faithfulness is a key to strong character, stable families and an eternal relationship with God. But faithfulness is under attack. Semper fidelis—Latin for “always faithful”—is the...Read More

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    Avoiding Lust: “I Have Made a Covenant With My Eyes”

    by John Columbo - September 28, 2011

    God created sexual attraction to strengthen the wonderful blessing of marriage. But today it is used too often in ways that weaken and destroy marriages. Christian men are called to be...Read More

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    No Time to Waste

    by Mike Bennett - September 14, 2011

    Got a minute—or five? I believe these biblical time management principles will be worth every minute. God gave us our time—every second of it. It’s a great blessing and a big...Read More

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    The Value of a Man

    by Mike Bennett - August 31, 2011

    Is a pro quarterback, movie star or hedge fund manager really worth 400 working men—or more? Do our society’s values reflect godly values? And should we really be measuring ourselves...Read More

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    The Affliction of “Me-Tooism”

    by Eddie Johnson - August 23, 2011

    Two descriptions of this problem really had an impact on me. Sometimes a single phrase can be responsible for changing one’s viewpoint or philosophy. In my early 20s I had a wide...Read More

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    Can a Convict Repent?

    by Roy Dove - August 7, 2011

    Many convicts “find” Jesus while in prison, but do they really repent? Or do they find Jesus hoping it will help them get out? One young man’s story gives me hope. There was a young...Read More