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A University, Not a Daycare

  by Robert L. Rodenbush, J.D., LL.M.   Recently a student at Oklahoma Wesleyan University made news when he complained that a sermon preached in a chapel service made him feel “victimized” and uncomfortable. The University’s president, Dr. Everett Piper wrote an excellent response to this event and I would like to share a portion … more »

Lion Lights

    by Robert Rodenbush Richard Turere, like many Masai Tribe boys in Kenya, was sent to guard and herd his family’s cattle at just age nine. Protecting the cattle and livestock is an important job in this area of Africa, as these valuable animals represent the majority of the family’s livelihood and survival. At … more »

Is it Better to Call Ourselves Simply “Christians”?

    by Bobby Killmon A new convert asked, if the Pentecostal movement has only come into existence in the past two centuries, why should we call ourselves Pentecostal? Wouldn’t it be better to call ourselves simply Christians? First of all, there has always been an Apostolic Church. Further, the NT Church was started on … more »

We Will Become One Thing Or The Other

    by Paul Mooney Abraham Lincoln, kicking off his campaign for the United States Senate on June 16, 1858, presented a radical statement. The speech is noted in Donald T. Phillips recently authored book, Lincoln on Leadership for Today. Lincoln had chosen an expression from Mark 3:25 to describe the state of the Republic at … more »