An Unreasonable Army

An Unreasonable Army

There are years in history that are truly exceptional. We remember 2001 when the Trade Towers in New York were toppled and the Pentagon was set ablaze; 1929 when the stock market crashed and the world plunged into the Great Depression; and 1969 when, “One small step...
They Spoke

They Spoke

At Iconium Paul and Barnabas went as usual into the Jewish synagogue. There they spoke so effectively that a great number of Jews and Greeks believed. Acts 14:1 Bless God for such preachers and such preaching! How did they do it? What was their secret? I think it is...
I Only Preach on Hell to Christians

I Only Preach on Hell to Christians

  “I only preach on Hell to Christians.” Pastor Eduardo, an evangelist, declared during our week of revival meetings. He later explained in a smaller, informal setting, that he did not object to the week being called a revival, because that’s the way so many churches...
Growing in Gwinnett

Growing in Gwinnett

What would be highly inappropriate prior to the days of COVID now indicates the innovative spirit of the Gwinnett County (Georgia) Corps. Captain Paul Ryerson, in the middle of the meeting can be found staring at his phone that is open to Facebook, occasionally...
Come On In

Come On In

Bessie wished she had a dollar for each biscuit she made in her lifetime. She rose before the sun and started the daily ritual. The holy trinity of biscuit making was three simple ingredients. Self-rising flour, buttermilk, and lard. Although her cupboards had been...
21 in ’21?

21 in ’21?

This is the most eagerly anticipated new year in this millennium. Most people were happy to bid farewell to this past year by Founders’ Day on July 2! And the social restrictions overflowed into many spiritual practices, including evangelism. For much of the year, the...