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Fathers House 03 19 2017
Youth Pastor Chris Toms preaches on fear. The good fears, like the fear of the Lord and fear of unnecessary dangers, and a number of bad fears that hold us b...
How (not) to talk about religious pluralism
Over the weekend, a tweet from CNN promoted a new series called “Believer” with Reza ...
Religious understanding of transgender issues
The Boy Scouts of America announced on Jan. 30, 2017, that, “Starting today, we will accept and register youth in the Cub and Boy Scout programs based on the…
Legislative Wrap-Up: How did Early Learning Fare?
Minnesota legislators wrapped up the special session last week, and the Governor signed budget bills into law. Read about the new policies and programs that affect early learning throughout the sta…
How I Can Love the Gospel and the Investigative Judgment at the Same Time
I have two theological confessions to make. The first is that I am madly in love with the gospel. Seriously, I am. As an Adventist, a father and a pastor, the gospel is my everything. Jesus-only is my motto, my passion and my standard. After battling with legalism and perfectionism for many years, the good news of salvation is something that I don’t mess around with. Anything—and I mean anything—that even remotely reeks of human merit makes me recoil with disgust. This “what Jesus did + what I do” stuff gives me the shakes. For me, it’s either Jesus-only or it simply isn’t gospel The second confession I have is this: I love the doctrine of the Investigative Judgment (IJ). There. I said it. The question now is, how? How can I be…
Fox River Christian Church
Pastor Guy kicks off a new series called “What about Heaven?” by taking some of the questions from the Fox River congregation. He starts by teaching about biblical references to heaven, and what God promises for us.
insideOakwood: Oakwood Prepares for Commencement, and more
INROADS, the nations' largest nonprofit for leadership and career development, will be recognizing three Oakwood University graduates this evening at a benefit gala in Washington, D.C With the help of INROADS, Christina Cooper, '12, Lauren Cooper, '15, and Tiffany Cooper, '17, each landed careers at the same global corporation -- Kaiser Permanente. Click here to watch a video about their success The Cooper sisters are committed to spreading their success stories to their peers, past professors and friends to encourage others to achieve similar corporate success. "The Cooper sisters' story is evidence that INROADS is able to capture the imagination of young people and provide them with developmental skills. With INROADS young professionals gain the tools…
Surgeon jumps from bridge after divorce from TV personality wife
A top local surgeon and the ex-husband of ABC News’ chief women’s health correspondent killed himself by leaping off the George Washington Bridge, it was reported Sunday. Dr. Robert Ash…
How Do Preschool Programs Support School Readiness?
Watch this video to learn how the Head Start Early Learning Outcomes Framework can be used to help prepare children age birth to 5 for school.