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Academy of Hope 2017

Teaching students to stand on the authority of scripture to think critically, combat false ideas, and give evidence to the truth.
“ . . . Jesus answered, “You say rightly that I am king. For this cause I was born, and for this cause I have come into the world, that I should bear witness to the truth . . .” John 18:37

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April 22, Happy… Earth Day???

by Jason Pratt, contributing writer for rforh “Each year, Earth Day — April 22 — marks the anniversary of what many consider the birth of the modern environmental movement in 1970.”[1] So every year in the spring is this celebration of Earth Day that is centered around many things that are hard to call wrong or evil (by the way there are typically two celebrations, one in March centered around at the March equinox and another on April 22). Who in their right mind would criticize efforts to reduce toxic waste, improve drinking water, reduce litter, improve air quality, and on top of all that save the whales? While all of those causes are intended to improve life on this planet I have to wonder; to what end? As Christians with a world view that aught to be shaped by the Creator and His Word the Bible, we must be most concerned with eternal affairs not the affairs of this world. The words of 1 John 2:15 come to mind: “Do not love the world nor the things in the world. If anyone loves the world, the love of the Father is not in him.” While the emphasis of this …

Why All of the Confusion?

Speaking with the younger generation is very interesting.  I love it and am terrified by it all in the same breath. I love it because I find this generation to be hungry and searching for something to hang on to. I’m terrified by it because it seems to me there’s an ever-widening chasm between the mature folks in the church and the younger generation.  Plus, I’m not “young!”  Let’s be brutally honest, I’m a 56 year-old, overweight, no piercing or tats, not so cool guy.  So, every time I speak to the younger generation I’m wondering if the chasm has grown so far apart that they’re just going to tune me out! God’s been gracious so far and that hasn’t happened, yet.

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