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Facilitating discussion among Christians on critical topics that we prefer to ignore.

Last modified Nov. 11, 2016

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To help us understand the day we live in and to act wisely as Children of Light in an increasingly dark world. Are Christians today in step with our times? This Biblically based discussion will consider many topics and scenarios that we often prefer to ignore.

Disclosure: This material is presented from the perspective that America is in deep trouble. There are many issues and scenarios that could launch us into the sort of chaos that would lead to disruption of services; to Marshall Law; and/or to the persecution of Christians. The "church" in America bears some responsibility for this and we are not prepared for the hard times that are ahead. We have been in denial because we can't imagine life without our present rights and comforts. It is imperative that we, especially our men, talk about these things openly and take the courageous action that our citizenship in the Kingdom of God requires.

Now is the time for all to be alert and discerning, and for men to step up as leaders and protectors.
Most of the following can be read online, and/or read, downloaded or printed. When reading them online you simply click on the blue links which will take you to the scripture or other resource, and then click on the back-arrow to return to the page.
For the Class at Fairlawn Mennonite Church, Sept. 11 - Nov. 13, 2016*
Some reasonable steps for God's people to take at this time.
Read, download and/or print as a PDF or WORD Document
Some stuff that comes to me along the way
Read, download and/or print as a PDF or WORD document
Does our identity as an American or as a Christian influence us the most?
On the devotional books by Sarah Young
What "eternal life" means and how it affects us in hard times.
God's Words for Today
I have read, and recommend these books
* Disclaimer. While I sincerely attempt to function in harmony with Fairlawn Mennonite Church, the opinions presented in this study are strictly my own and the resources I offer are of my choosing, and none may be assumed to represent the opinions or choices of the church leadership.
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