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Daily living

5 Reasons to Pray for Trump-Kim Nuclear Summit

by Bryant Evans on June 11, 2018

Readers know I’m not much for politics, especially as it pertains to the church. But there is an event happening this week that Christians should be in fervent prayer about. U.S. President Donald Trump and North Korean President Kim Jung Un are meeting to discuss the reduction of nuclear weapons on the Korean peninsula. That […]

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What Happened to Your Anchor

by Bryant Evans on May 4, 2018

Granddaddy loved to fish and he was good at it. I grew up about a mile from his house and had a permanent fishing buddy. He had a small john boat with an electric trolling motor mounted on the stern. It was a small lake and gasoline engines were prohibited. He kept two homemade anchors in […]

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Human Trafficking: Somebody Gets It

by Bryant Evans on May 3, 2018

I am at Harding University in Searcy, Arkansas this morning. This major University is home to students from all over the world. I had breakfast this morning and as I walked around campus I found a handwritten phrase that you see above: End Human Trafficking. It was one of those surprising coincidences as I had […]

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Another High Cost of Porn

by Bryant Evans on April 30, 2018

Pornography is everywhere. It’s in advertisements for everything from automobiles to fast food. In fact, pornography is so common that many people have come to believe that there is no harm in it. However, pornography is extraordinarily damaging to society. Some experts believe that pornography may be one of the most prevalent mental health problems […]

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Time for a Reboot: 5 Reboot Tips

by Bryant Evans on April 13, 2018

You don’t need me to tell you how to order your life. At your age, you’re pretty good at it, right? Maybe not. Life is like a two-year-old computer that’s so loaded down with data that it doesn’t work as well as it used to. I’ve been there – with the computer and with life. […]

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