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Grateful or Grumbling?

Helen Keller, born blind and deaf, wrote, “I have always thought it would be a blessing if each person could be blind and deaf for a few days during his early adult life.  Darkness would make him appreciate sight; silence would teach him the joys of sound.” Her words lead me to ask, Do we […]

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Separation Versus Cooperation

Some Thoughts on the Limits of Cooperation with Other Christians & with the World One of the difficult issues for every Christian to work through theologically and implement practically is the degree of separation from professing Christians and from the world. All Bible-believing Christians would acknowledge that Christians are called to be in the world, but […]

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Women In The Church

WHAT CAN THEY DO OR NOT DO? Pastor Steven J. Cole and FCF Elders February, 1996 (Revised) The issue of women’s roles in the church is complicated and emotionally charged. These comments are only a brief synopsis of some of the issues. As elders, we affirm the rationale, purposes and affirmations of The Danvers Statement […]

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Winning The War Against Lust

I want to answer a very practical question for Christians living in this sex‑saturated society: How can we win the war against lust and the overt sexual sin which results from lust? We’re bombarded daily with sensuality. You can’t watch TV, read a news magazine or drive past billboards without being confronted with blatantly sexual […]

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