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What’s Your Battle Cry?

Posted by Ron Moore on

“I know not what course others may take; but as for me, give me liberty or give me death!” This legendary statement spoken by Patrick Henry in 1775 would resonate throughout the Revolutionary War as “Liberty or Death” became the battle cry of the colonial...

When You Can’t, He Can

Posted by Ron Moore on

Do you ever feel like you don’t measure up? Not sure you have what it takes? Feel like you are in over your head? Whether you are a parent, spouse, student, or member of the workforce, sometimes it is easy to give in to the fear that we are not adequately equipped for the work God has for...

What Daddy Taught Me

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As we celebrate our earthly dads this weekend, let’s take some time to reflect on the impact they’ve made on our lives and faith. Get to know some of our ministry leaders here at The Bible Chapel as they share stories of how their fathers impacted their walks with Christ. Then, feel...

A STORY. A BESTSELLER. A LIE.

Posted by Ron Moore on

In 2004, Alex Malarkey was left paralyzed after a car accident. Malarkey, who was six years old at the time, said that he had gone to heaven and then returned back to earth. Malarkey then co-authored a book with his father. The Boy Who Came Back from Heaven became a New York Times bestseller and...

Pass it On: Raising Children who Own their Faith

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Posted by Jeremy Adams on

God’s beautiful gift of having children comes with the weighty responsibility to raise them to love Jesus above all else. When a baby is born, parents, family, friends and church members rejoice in the arrival of a tiny infant made in the image of God. However, raising a child can be...

The Best Parenting Book Ever Written!

Posted by Ron Moore on

I have discovered the best parenting book ever written—bar none. It is an educational resource written specifically for parents to teach their children at home. The writer well understood the importance of strong families and knew the absolute necessity for children to learn to think...

“After You”: Is Chivalry Dead?

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Posted by Dave DiDonato on

When asked to write this blog on chivalry, I first went and asked permission from my wife. I did not want to write about something that I was not practicing myself. I’m by no means perfect as a husband – actually far from it – but I’m thankful that my wife stated I was...