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Jack Hayford, an American author, Pentecostal minister, and Chancellor of The King's University, speaks at Gateway Churc»
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Photo by strixcode It’s been a little while since I’ve made my last confession here on Before The Cross. I don’t intend on doing something like this just for the sake of a confession or anything like that, but to share with you what’s going on in my life personally and hope you find encouragement in the fact that none of us will ever “get it all together” perfectly. We all still fall short of the glory of God and need Jesus just t»
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Photo by strixcode It’s been a little while since I’ve made my last confession here on Before The Cross. I don’t intend on doing something like this just for the sake of a confession or anything like that, but to share with you what’s going on in my life personally and hope you find encouragement in the fact that none of us will ever “get it all together” perfectly. We all still fall short of the glory of God and need Jesus just t»
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Photo by strixcode It’s been a little while since I’ve made my last confession here on Before The Cross. I don’t intend on doing something like this just for the sake of a confession or anything like that, but to share with you what’s going on in my life personally and hope you find encouragement in the fact that none of us will ever “get it all together” perfectly. We all still fall short of the glory of God and need Jesus just t»
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Over the weekend, I read Robert Whitlow’s newest book, The Confession. Overall, I enjoyed the book. In the genre of legal thrillers, it isn’t the best I’ve read, but it wasn’t bad. The story line begins with Holt Douglas and a friend leaving a party drunk. An accident occurs, leaving the friend dead, and Holt responsible. Fast forward ten years, and Holt Douglas is an assistant country prosecutor with a great job, a steady girlfriend, and»
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It’s been a little while since I’ve made my last confession here on Before The Cross. I don’t intend on doing something like this just for the sake of a confession or anything like that, but to share with you what’s going on my life personally and hope you find encouragement in the fact that none of else will ever “get it all together” perfectly. We all still fall short of the glory of God and need Jesus just the same. The other da»
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Time once again for Mother’s Day Confessions! I’ve been a mama for nearly 15 years now, and I keep hoping that one of these years I’ll get it down. So far, though, my recipe for motherhood is one part effort to two parts failure, covered with a whole lotta grace. Last fall, we added nearly 100 sons to the mix, as dorm parents at Ozark Christian College. It’s been a year of adjustments, as we try (and usually fail) to find a balance betwee»
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We can use even confession as a means to fulfill sinful desires! It's important, then, to think carefully about our confessions
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This year, Sean Penn, made a remarkable celebrity confession. He stated that "We all want to be loved by someone."This is a remarkable confession from him as it followed his comments about never really being loved despite his numerous high profile relationships.This year Angus T. Jones also made headlines when he called his own show filth after becoming a Seventh Day Adventist. It seems that Penn was not the only one searching for something this»
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Christmas Confessions One of the things I love about Christmas, whether others like it – celebrate it or not, is that, it presents us with a fresh opportunity to revisit []