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February 6, 2014 By Trillia Newbell
  By Trillia Newbell Last week I surveyed people in search for anyone who had completed their 2013 New Year’s resolution. I had intended to write a news story for my local paper featuring these resolution warriors.  I came up with one lady who had completed a trip she wanted to take and a friend...
January 30, 2014 By CBMW Guest
By Rondi Lauterbach Sometimes I act bewitched, or at least superstitious. I live as if I’m under a curse. When I lose my favorite jacket, I don’t just retrace my steps to try to find it, I think, “Oh no, here we go again.”  My phone disappears next. Frantically searching every possible hiding place, I muse,...
November 13, 2013 By CBMW Guest
By Derick Dickens In the 2008 Democratic National Convention, the phrase “War on Women” became a national campaign.  Used to attack those with traditional views on marriage and abortion, these attacks became more refined in the recent gubernatorial elections in New Jersey against Chris Christie and Virginia against Ken Cuccinelli.  They found the most success...
October 25, 2013 By CBMW Guest
The Story: “Should we Pull Back from Politics” by Dr. Russell Moore writing at The Lead: The recent profile in the Wall Street Journal highlighted a generational change in terms of the way evangelicals approach cultural and political engagement: toward a gospel-centered approach that doesn’t back down on issues of importance, but sees our ultimate mission as...
September 30, 2013 By CBMW Guest
  By Keri Folmar Galatians 6:6-18 Galatians is a book full of doctrine. In it we learn of the true gospel of Jesus Christ, “who gave himself for our sins” (1:4).  But embracing the gospel means a transformed life.  In chapter five, Paul transitions from doctrine to instructions on how to live in light of...
September 20, 2013 By CBMW Guest
by Kimm Crandall Women want a number of things in life. Some of it lies on the surface like the desire to lose a few pounds, have shinier hair or to make everything that we have pinned on our Pinterest board, but it’s our needs that run through us in a deeper vain. The trouble is that we often become...