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Reaching Veterans for Christ

Some tips regarding ministering to those who have served in the military

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The Number 7

The number “7” is used significantly throughout Scripture.
It is used 630 times.
The reason remains uncertain.
Here are a few examples.

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Northern Objiwe Greeting

“I greet you in the name of our Savior Jesus Christ.”

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Worshipping Creator with Your Children

To plant the Word of God in the minds of our children is to plant good seed.

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Native Marital Facts and Fables

This essay will explore the forces that have hindered the development of effectual communicative skills. Blaine Goss and Dan O’Hair have correctly stated that “Interpersonal communication is the process of exchanging verbal and nonverbal messages in order to understand, develop and influence human relationships.”

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The Story of the Wedding Vase

The wedding vase is treasured and protected always. It is never broken, discarded or destroyed.

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Adam, Eve and our First Nations

The story of Adam and Eve cannot be separated from the story of redemption. Our First Nations and every nation on earth traces its ancestry back to the Garden of Eden. Creator formed Adam from the earth, breathed into his nostrils the breath of life and he became a living soul (Gen. 2:7). The fact that God Himself gave life to Adam indicates man has both a spiritual and human nature.

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Tribal Visits to NativeMarriage.com

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Native Americans and Cultural Sensitivity

This is a compilation of statements from Native Americans students at Central Indian Bible College, near the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation during the years 1984-1986. Opinions concerning the listed topics vary greatly from tribe to tribe….and year to year.

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Native “Indian-ness”

The following is a compilation of comments from a survey given to 37 Native American students representing 14 different tribes on November 15, 1998 in Phoenix, Arizona.

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