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What Should You Ask God For?

What Should You Ask God For?

No doubt about it, 2020 will go down into history books. Not only was it a year of the global COVID-19 Pandemic, but it will also be remembered in the United States for national racial riots and the electrified election of the President of the United States. It will...

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Silence the Noise and Speak Volumes

Silence the Noise and Speak Volumes

“Romeo left me.” This was the sign a homeless woman wrote and held on the side of a busy road in an effort to get attention and money. Three words told the story. Words are powerful and often few are needed to be heard. Elevator pitches (about the same time it takes...

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An INNER VIEW with Michelle Riddell

An INNER VIEW with Michelle Riddell

Michelle Riddell joined Educational Media Foundation in December 2009. She’s the Vice-President of Digital Communications and is a member of the ministry’s executive team. She oversees the teams that produce multi-media assets, manages all things digital (websites,...

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An INNER VIEW with Cynthia Garrett

An INNER VIEW with Cynthia Garrett

Kathleen Cooke:  You’re a TV host, world speaker, and influencer why are you passionate and vocal about the message of God’s freedom?  Cynthia Garrett: Being free doesn’t look like what the world calls free. The world says freedom is about the ability to do whatever...

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Bad Ideas Conquered by Unrelenting Love

Bad Ideas Conquered by Unrelenting Love

Rachael Denhollander, a former national gymnast who publicly accused former USA Gymnastics doctor, Larry Nassar of raping 160 athletes said in an interview with Warren Cole Smith, “that love has to be our motivation and not revenge” when we’re victims of injustice....

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An INNER VIEW with Brenda Crouch

An INNER VIEW with Brenda Crouch

Kathleen Cooke: In life, we can have uncomfortable challenges that make us fearful and unsure of our own abilities. What has God taught you about overcoming those challenges? Brenda Crouch: Be cautious not to take offense when friends and colleagues challenge you to...

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Courage to Serve the Church

Courage to Serve the Church

I was drawn to courageous people early in my life. There was a wall in my backyard growing up with graduated levels. It started at one end at 3 feet and then graduated up to 6 feet. I used to evaluate my friends (at the time I wasn’t aware that I was doing it) and...

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An INNER VIEW with Ann White

An INNER VIEW with Ann White

Kathleen Cooke:  We live busy lives today. Our technologies have allowed us to get what we want, as fast as we want, and as much as we want almost instantly. But God doesn’t work that way. What has He taught you about waiting? Ann White: I’ve learned to keep my hands,...

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