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The Shoe that Grows

A self professed, longhaired pastor from Idaho, Kenton Lee recently launched a groundbreaking, for-profit company to support his life changing non-profit ministry. Ten years ago while serving at an orphanage in Kenya, he had the idea for an adjustable shoe … Continue reading

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Generation Z Not Endorsing Socialism

We understand that from a Biblical perspective capitalism is part of the Judeo-Christian ethic. What God developed with the Hebrew people also required them to make provision for the needy; widows, orphans, poor, aliens and others that are needy. Caring … Continue reading

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Whatever Happened to the Virtue of Work?

Is work really a necessary evil as some would say? Is it something to be endured until the weekend arrives? Many think so…where did this thinking come from? During the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries in Britain, there was a great … Continue reading

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Be Happy When Others Prosper

One of the strongholds of the spirit of poverty I found in my own life was this feeling of sadness when I saw other people making progress financially. As a Christian I knew I should be happy for them, but … Continue reading

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Christianity vs. Communism in China

China is currently in conflict between Christianity and Communism. Christianity was there first. It entered China as early as the seventh century, though it wouldn’t be firmly rooted until after the arrival of the Jesuits in the 16th century. The … Continue reading

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Richard Devos – A Compassionate Capitalist

Richard DeVos, the Midwest entrepreneur, businessman and Christian died this week at 92. During the Depression, his father lost his job as an electrician and resorted to odd jobs. The family gave up its home and lived with relatives. The … Continue reading

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Joseph of Arimathea

Concerning an abundance mentality….there is a term that many Christians consider to be a selfish, secular term—financial independence. Let’s define “financial independence” as having the resources on hand that will be needed to obey God’s voice. Too many times we have … Continue reading

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