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Biblical Length for Women’s Hair

Apr 18th, 2017 Paige Lohrman
by Bobby Killmon   Is it clear Scripture does not leave ambiguous whether a woman’s hair is okay to trim if it’s still technically long?  This is one of our key biblical distinctions from the Apostle’s doctrine addressing the distinction in sexes. A fascinating thing is while some Apostolics are picking up “studied ambiguity” from non-Apostolic … more »

By Endurance We Conquer

Apr 11th, 2017 Paige Lohrman
by R. L. Rodenbush   Endurance is not a default position. It is not opting for neutral. Endurance is a mindset that takes courage, determination and fortitude. It is natural to want to succeed, to reach a goal, or win an elusive victory. But what if you’re divinely asked to endure? It’s a biblical principle … more »

Fair to Middling

Apr 4th, 2017 Paige Lohrman
by Paul Mooney   “Oh, fair to middling, I guess.” Such was a common greeting among the farmers gathered at the Farm Bureau store or the grain elevator to gossip about the latest news or to track the price of corn. My father, and the others, mostly greeted one another with the question, “How are … more »

Critically Reading and Listening, Part 1

Mar 28th, 2017 Paige Lohrman
by Bobby Killmon     I always hear from elders to “listen and read critically” sermons and other commentaries. How can I do that well? What a great question. There is no way to treat the breadth of that here in the brevity of this article, but perhaps we can treat one example in the … more »

Creating Delinquents

Mar 21st, 2017 Paige Lohrman
by R. L. Rodenbush   In a South African game park known for rescuing animals from extinction, there was a problem. Approximately 39 endangered white rhinos had been attacked and killed. Poaching was ruled out as a cause since the valuable rhino horns were left untouched. So game wardens began monitoring activity within the park, … more »
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