Love shouldn’t hurt – ever

Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month
by Teresia Smith

February is thought of as the month of love. Midway through the month, we celebrate Valentine’s Day. The holiday of hearts, flowers, candy, and special dates with your significant other where you display your love for the world to see. However, for many, the person they may celebrate Valentine’s Day with is also the person who is hurting them. February is designated as Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month.

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Thoughts from The Bible

Never Man Spake Like This Man
by Terry Broome

Throughout history there have been many famed orators who stood out for their special abilities to stir their audiences – men like Churchill, and even Adolph Hitler. Through oratory Sir Winston Churchill gave much needed encouragement to the masses of his despondent countrymen. Adolf Hitler, with his hypnotic oratory, built the National Socialist party to the largest in Germany by 1932. There is one, however, whose voice is timeless. The words of a lone figure from the First Century place Him far ahead of them all for His universal relevance.

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Fishing tip of the week

New boat owners
By Mike Gerry

It is the time of year that many of us venture into the world of owning a new boat, we take our shot at investing in a lot of fun, and it is!

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Love shouldn’t hurt – ever

Choose You
By Teresia  Smith

Remember a few years ago when Frozen was the most popular kids movie and every little girl knew all the words to the song “Let it Go” and you could hear them singing it everywhere over and over? Have you ever actually read the lyrics and wondered what was being let go?

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Thoughts from The Bible

One of life’s most important questions
By Terry Broome

While Paul and Silas sang praises to God from within the Roman jail at midnight, a jailer slept while on guard duty, unaware, no doubt, of the importance of the hour. Little did he realize that he would soon encounter the mighty power of God. This man already understood authority, power, responsibility. He was answerable with his very life for the prisoners in this dungeon to those who had authority over him. Soon he was to witness a power that superseded that of Roman emperors, Roman idols, and Roman chains. In response to this Power he would eagerly do whatever it took for salvation.

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