How the cross came to be the symbol of Christianity

By Lucien de Guise, Syndicated from Aleteia Early Christians were hesitant to use a crucifix, which they saw as degrading, in the practice of their faith. For two centuries, followers of the new Christian faith avoided making a badge of honor out of the instrument of Christ’s death. Many non-Catholics still liken wearing a crucifix … Read more

The Bible On Politics

By Jim Denison, Op-ed Contributor  William Wilberforce experienced a spiritual rebirth on Easter 1786 that led him to discover his life’s purpose. As he wrote later in his diary, “My walk is a public one. My business is in the world, and I must mix in the assemblies of men or quit the post which … Read more

HAVING A BIBLICAL VIEW of the PRESENT PANDEMIC

Here’s one of the best articles about what we’re all presently going through, as Christians, as ministers; from Asbury Theological Seminary President, Dr Timothy Tennent (by his express permission to publish for NACM members): The Bridge of San Luis Rey and the Tower of Siloam   –  by Dr Timothy Tennent; the Asbury Alumni Link, May … Read more

WHETHER FAMILY, SPORTS, SCHOOL,WORK, OR FAITH; SETTING PRIORITIES OFTEN UN-CLUTTERS IT ALL! Today we explore priorities from a Biblical perspective…and end with a book plug!

New Dawn Media Communications September 20 at 4:00 PM ·  First Official Publishing September 6, 2019 WHETHER FAMILY, SPORTS, SCHOOL,WORK, OR FAITH; SETTING PRIORITIES OFTEN UN-CLUTTERS IT ALL! Today we explore priorities from a Biblical perspective…and end with a book plug! Don’t forget to visit Smashwords.com and pick up a copy of my book at 60% off be … Read more