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Losing My Voice To Find It

This is Mark Stuart’s story beginning in college and the start of the band Audio Adrenaline. It is how his band members and he met and got together. The interesting stories of the band going from gig to gig. Mark kept doubting if his singing was enough for God.. Even though God kept showing him where to go and bringing people into his life to show him the way. Mark starts losing his voice and is brought full circle in what God wants him to do.

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Know Why You Believe

A part of Zondervan’s KNOW series, this book offers explanations to questions that a new believer might have about the Christian faith. K. Scott Oliphint does a remarkable job of dealing with and responding to ten specific areas of religion.

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(Video review) Believe: miracles are everywhere

Reviewed by: Ceil Carey, long time book discussion leader and co-president of ECLA   Introduction Title: Believe: miracles are everywhere Format: AC-3, Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, Subtitled, Widescreen, NTSC Release Date: April 11, 2017 Format: AC-3, Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, Subtitled, Widescreen, NTSC, DVD Length: 120 minutes OVERVIEW Matthew Peyton’s family has always put on a magical Christmas pageant each year, […]

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(DVD Review) The Master Designer: The Song

This is a beautiful and professionally-produced film about the wonders of nature that point to a designer God. Six animals or insects are examined in detail, showing how their characteristics and qualities support the thesis of creation, and for a couple of them, an historical incident where they were involved. An additional segment talks about the scientific revolution of the past, and how many scientists were operating under a Christian worldview that saw the regularities of natural law as a reflection of God’s character.

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