Jesus At The Temple

On March 25, 2013 By

Editor’s note: On Saturday, March 23, we gathered at Malone University for G92 Canton. The day was packed with awesome speeches and workshops, but the highlight and culmination of the day was gathering in downtown Canton for a prayer vigil where attendees stood in solidarity with their immigrant neighbors and prayed for a just […]

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Is Tithing Biblical?

On November 26, 2012 By

Christians disagree whether the Old Testament’s commands to set aside ten percent of one’s wealth should be translated as a binding command on Christians to give ten percent to the Church.  A slight majority of evangelical leaders surveyed by the National Association of Evangelicals think that tithing is not an explicit requirement for […]

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I’ve been reading through Deuteronomy lately, and this passage stuck out at me.  Moses is at the end of his life: after forty years of wandering in the desert, the Israelites are about to take possession of the land that God has promised to them.  Moses knows he will not be going with them, […]

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