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  • The Pilgrim’s Call

    2014 New Release! (April) This thought-provoking work by A.L.O.E. was created to help the young tread the path of Bunyan’s pilgrim, and to point out the guiding light which marks the straight and narrow way. In this fascinating story a poor peasant boy discovers a secret about his past that propels him forward and changes […]

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  • The Aroma of Death and Life – Lamplighter Moment

    This Lamplighter Moment aired on 5/18/17 for the glory of God. Website: lampligher.net

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  • The Push of a Button

    When you’re tired, isn’t a soft recliner and your favorite TV program the perfect activity? Researcher Robert Morse believes TV saps cognitive strength. He contends that the consequences of TV are analogous to the situation in nursing homes where inactivity leads to cognitive impairment. After an hour or two of TV watching, people come away […]

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  • The Rest of God Part One

    I think I am God. No, I’m not hallucinating. In my head and heart I obviously know that I am not God, but in my practice, I demonstrate that I must believe that I am. Recently, I’ve been reading a book titled The Rest of God by Mark Buchannan, sent to me by a friend […]

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  • Jonah and the Cows ~ Part One

    Fill in the blanks: David and ________. Jonah and the ______. If you’re like most people, you probably said David and Goliath and Jonah and the Whale. What you may not have realized is that neither Goliath or the Whale are the main focus of God’s attention. But because of our western flannelgraph approach to […]

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  • Catcher in the Rye

    Did you ever wonder who shot John Lennon, and why? His name is Mark David Chapman. It is said that he was raised in a verbally abusive home. While certainly not the only influence during these critically impressionable years, there was another influence that helped shape the thoughts and attitudes of this troubled young man. […]

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  • Extreme Faith

    Today, everything’s extreme: extreme makeover, extreme house-over, and extreme sports. Why are we attracted to these extreme experiences? Well, deep within each of us is a God-shaped void. Many try to fill this void with a variety of indulgences from sex, gambling, food, media, and extreme activities. The more extreme the activity, the better the […]

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  • Too Close for Comfort~Part 1

    Once a woman called and asked if there was something she could do to help her husband stop being so dependent upon her. She said that they have a great marriage, love each other, rarely argue, but he wants to be with her all of the time. She continued by saying that she feels a […]

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  • The Place Of The Skull

    The “place of the skull” has an interesting history. This location of Jesus’ crucifixion is called both Calvary and Golgotha. The Greek word κρανίον (kran-ee-on), translated as Calvary, means skull-that part of the skeletal frame known as the cranium. The word Golgotha is a Hebrew word which also means skull-better known as the “place of […]

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  • Come Push Me, Daddy!

    “Daddy, come and push me!” When my daughter was about eight years old she would often call for me to push her on the rope swing. She could stretch the rope all the way to the porch and jump off, swinging high into the air, and then hit the tree with her feet, spinning like […]

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