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Wrapped in Swaddling Cloths

By Jennifer Miller I love this time of year! Yes, I can talk hours about the lights, the cheerfulness of the crowds, the tree, and the hope for snow (on Christmas Eve of course). I could easily make a lengthy list of the negatives here but focusing on the negatives will not be productive. All of this is fine, but what I love the most is the joy of my Savior being born! While family ...
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Testimony of Ron Breedlove

My name is Ron and I was born and raised in the South. I went to a small Baptist church when I was a youngster. I was taught the Word of God, I knew that Jesus Christ was the son of God, and that He came to save the lost. But that was just head knowledge, not what was in my heart. When I was 18, I left the South and came to Aurora, IL. ...
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Testimony of Bill Swope

Looking back at my life, there are thing that I wish I could have changed. The one thing that I would not change is going to church. I remember going when I was younger. I just wish that I would have been more involved. I grew up not trusting people; being leery of what others wanted. This came from being picked on, bullied, being made fun of at school, and especially by my older brother. ...
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“ The church is a hospital for sinners, not a museum for saints. ”

Abigail Van Buren