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In 2005, after keeping it a secret for several months, I finally revealed to my pastoral ministry students that I had accepted a call to join the General Conference Ministerial Association. I told them I had struggled with the choice of staying or going because of my love for teaching. One of the…

Willie E. Hucks II

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Did you hear the remarkable story about the ten-year-old boy from Atlanta, Georgia, who sang his way to freedom?[if !supportFootnotes][1][endif] Willie Myrick was grabbed in front of his house and thrown into the…

Derek Morris

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We are all aware of the fact that atheism is on the rise and a tide of anti-theism is washing across the land.  However, you may be surprised to learn about a new social phenomenon--Sunday Assembly.  It's the perfect option for those who would like a church without God.

Derek Morris

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For years I read Ecclesiastes 12:14 (“For God shall bring every work into judgment, with every secret thing, whether it be good, or whether it be evil.”) to mean that God judges my thoughts as well as my actions. However, recent events have forced me to reconsider the “secret thing.” The root word…

Willie E. Hucks II

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