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Love and the Four Horsemen

Most of us can recite all or some of the “Love Chapter” from 1st Corinthians 13, and I’ll be honest, I have always found it a bit intimidating. Mainly because when I do the old youth group exercise and put my name in the place where love is, I fall short! I believe part of […]

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Struck By a Potent Arrow

Are you hoping to be struck by Cupid’s arrow this Valentine’s Day? Valentine’s Day is often associated with romantic love, but as believers in Christ, we know that love is so much more than just a feeling. In fact, Jesus himself defined love as something that goes beyond emotion and extends to action. That combination […]

RRC Pastor column

More Than a Feeling

This month’s Pastor’s Perspective is delivered by Pastor Daniel Gillenwater, The Church at Eastern Oaks In the Fellowship Hall of the church I pastor, we have a bulletin board where we post various ministry rotations and volunteer assignments. This board is always decorated, and the theme changes every month. With the arrival of February, our […]

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Should We Wait to Buy a House?

Q. Is it even worth it to buy a house these days? I’ve always been told buying a house is the adult thing to do and that it’s a great investment, but I can’t find anything decent and livable in my area for less than $350,000. My wife and I are debt-free, and we’re expecting […]

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Expressing Love to the Men in Our Lives

February! The month of love culminates on Valentine’s Day. Every woman has a number of men in her life. We usually think of espousal love or boyfriend/girlfriend love during this month, and rightfully so. These types of relationships are designed to be the most meaningful and fulfilling between the opposite sex. But there are also […]

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Clothing Women Through Faith and New Futures

“Is not this the kind of fasting I have chosen: to loose the chains of injustice and untie the cords of the yoke, to set the oppressed free and break every yoke? Is it not to share your food with the hungry and to provide the poor wanderer with shelter— when you see the naked, […]

The Intersection

2022 in the Rear-View Mirror

I take time near the beginning of a new year on The Meeting House on Faith Radio to review prevalent topics impacting the Christian community from the previous year. Recently, I shared information from 2022, including comments from a variety of guests from the show. No doubt, the year’s top story impacting the Christian community […]

MOments with Kym

Learning Boundaries, Following His Path

I’m a giver and a people-pleaser, and if asked to attend a meeting, take on another task, or join a group, I’m quick to say yes. Until recently, when I said no to a meeting on a Saturday at noon. My daughter was home from college, and we had barely seen each other that particular […]

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The Groan and Glory of Our Work

Whether our work is done at home or out in the community, as volunteers or for a paycheck, an essential question has to do with how faith relates to our work. Currently, there is a global, emotional crisis related to work. Most people in the world deeply dislike their work. One Gallup poll revealed that […]

Faith at Work Kelley Herring

Faith @ Work: Kelly Herring, State Director, CEF of Alabama, Inc., Biblical Counselor

RRC: Who or what helped you understand the person of Jesus Christ? KH: I attended Blue Lake Camp in Andalusia, Alabama, during the summer of my 5th-grade year. My camp counselor, Freida Daughtry Gatewood, shared the Gospel with me, and I prayed to receive Christ. RRC: How did you keep your two daughters, Francie (24) […]