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Does God Exist?

In life, there is a moral code, the universal law that governs the safety, security, and goodness of humanity. Laws that state to not lie, steal, and murder. The moral code stems from the divine creator and the universal lawgiver,…

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An Exegetical Paper on Romans 3:9-11

In Romans 3:9-11, Paul writes, “What then? Are we better than they? Not at all; for we have already charged that both Jews and Greeks are all under sin; as it is written: “There is no righteous person, not even…

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What is the Gospel?

John 3:16 is the decree of the Gospel proclaimed by Jesus Christ. It is so simple even a child could grasp it. So, what is the Gospel? Well, the Gospel is summarized into three suppositions: (a) God is holy (b)…

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January 2023 Newsletter

Warriors for God is so excited to release our first newsletter! We hope you will take the time to read about what our ministry is passionate about, what we’ve been up to, and what we plan to do in 2023….

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Our Detox Adventure

My perspective on health was extremely influenced by my two body-building brothers I admired during my childhood.  I saw them eat tons of protein and cut out junk food to build muscle to achieve their ideal bodies.  When I lost…

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A Warrior for God

In Biblical times, a Warrior for God was one who followed the hundreds of laws set forth during the time of Moses, including the sacrifices required throughout the year. It was a daunting task! When Jesus spoke to the Pharisees,…

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Grief is Not an Event

The holidays can be challenging for those who have experienced loss. A deep sadness clouds our minds, hardens our hearts, and steals our joy during a season that is meant to represent peace and hope. Grief is not an event…

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Choose Joy

Are you facing challenges in your life right now? Jesus told his disciples in John 16:33 that they will face trouble and persecution but reminded them that He has overcome the world. When we focus on the pain and the…

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“Get Up”

The chorus of this song came to me after a friend’s husband passed away and she could not work her way out of the valley of the shadow of death. Bitterness and grief consumed her, and for months I wanted…

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Parents!!

Let me share some data with you that may encourage you to change some things with your children. Gut health impacts brain health.  If your family is consuming junk food or things that cause inflammation of the gut then their…

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Addictive Habits

Alcohol has become the go-to drug for most of the world.  It’s actually the 2nd most addictive drug, following heroine.  Alcohol impacts the brain by decreasing blood flow and creating abnormalities in the entire brain cortex.  Some doctors have reported…

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Find Meaning in the Pain

Did you know we are meant to experience pain? It’s true.  Luke says in Acts 14:22 how we must go through many hardships to enter the kingdom of God.  When we experience suffering, the best thing to do is to…

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The Youngest Suicide Victim

A child under the age of 12 years old commits suicide every 5 days in America. What can we do to change this crisis?

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Are You Ready to Defend Your Christian Values?

Parents have to make a choice of whether to accept the terrible repercussions of their children becoming part of the world, or shield them from as much as they can and protect their hearts and minds.

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PTSD Can Kill

PTSD impacts brain function more than most people understand. When a person experiences trauma in disasters, extreme stress, violence, abuse, or combat their amygdala is triggered which sends a signal causing a fear response. This triggering system was created to…

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Saving the Next Generation

Our children and their grand children are in danger! We must take a stand as parents and do something to protect them, suit them with armor (Ephesians 6:10-18), and guide them as they enter a destructive and divided world. George…

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Suicide Prevention Month

I had my hands clenched on the steering wheel, tears streaming down my face, and anger raging inside me!  I was driving down a two-line highway with a grassy median separating me from the oncoming traffic.  It was the summer…

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Kung Fu is in Everything

I have read through the introduction and into the first chapter of The Soldier Code, by Duncan Ray Brannan and now while watching Jackie Chan’s version of the The Karate Kid, one of his lessons on Kung Fu resonates more…

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Book of John Study – Day 4

Reading: John 1:29-34 This section tells of John the Baptist and Jesus along the riverside. Note, this is not the first time that they have been together (John is speaking in past tense about the spirit coming down on Jesus)…

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Book of John Study – Day 3

Reading: John 1:19-28 In case you didn’t know, the John who wrote this book and John the Baptist are not the same people. This author, known as John the Evangelist or Apostle John, was one of the twelve disciples with…

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Book of John Study – Day 2

Book of John – Day #2 Reading: JOHN 1:1-18 Beginning the book, did you see the parallel with Genesis 1? Make sure to read Genesis 1:1-5 and see the similarities with John 1:1-5. “In the beginning…” You’ll notice in this…

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Book of John Study

Warriors for God would like you to join them as they study the Gospel of John. It will be simple! The only thing you need to do is have a Bible and follow along as we read through the chapters…

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Studying Scripture

Are you thirsty for the Word of God but not sure where to start? Many new Christians begin reading the Bible in Genesis and quickly give up. For new believers, it is a wise suggestion to begin reading the Bible…

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Prevenient Grace

The power of Prevenient Grace is inspiring. To understand that decades can pass in someone’s life with Jesus working in the background orchestrating that one moment when an unbeliever comes to faith, when the Holy Spirit reveals the truth, and when Jesus Christ is seen as the way, the truth, and the light.

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A Different Kind of Mission

In the Spring of 2018, I received a call from the Executive Director of the school my children attended.  We had become very good friends while campaigning for several months for a new school building that was coming to fruition…

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