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Two Battlefronts

Two Battlefronts

A Christian friend from a third world country told me, “America is in a war.” That war is inside our land. It is a moral and spiritual conflict. We have been saying this for years, and we sense it now more than ever. To hear someone who was raised in such a different...

The Cost of Confession

The Cost of Confession

Serving the Lord comes at a cost. It’s been a very expensive undertaking through the centuries. Lives lost, jail time, friendships broken, rejection, all forms of persecution all resulting from confessing Jesus Christ is Lord. The choice is individual in nature to...

Baptism

Baptism

The teaching of the Scripture on the subject of this article is one of the clearest things taught by inspirations’s pen. Yet for some strange reason, it remains a hotly-debated issue among religious people today. Let’s take another look at it and see what is taught....

Feeding the Minds of Children

Feeding the Minds of Children

We all have a special interest in training young people because they are the future. This is why we teach our children and grandchildren about how to live and how to make a living. It is why churches give so much effort to instill the Bible in boys and girls. We...

Pleasing Faith

Pleasing Faith

Pleasing to whom? The Apostle Paul asked, “Do I seek to please man or serve Christ? (Gal. 1:10). It is a powerful question indeed. It is a very important question because without proper faith, one cannot be pleasing to God (Heb. 11:6). Impossible faith is a faith...

Equal Before God

Equal Before God

“There is no partiality with God” (Rom. 2:11). “All men are created equal” (Declaration of Independence).   People are different and life is not fair. No government program can change this. These may be cold hard facts but they are the truth. God did not make everyone...

Mind Your Business

Mind Your Business

Did it ever happen to you, in the course of asking about the goings on of another, a mother or educator told you to “mind your own business”? Children often feel the need to attend to parental business, as do the children of God sometimes (Jer. 12:5). The Lord was...

Campers learn ‘the way to church’ at Truth Bible Camp

Campers learn ‘the way to church’ at Truth Bible Camp

COOKEVILLE ‒ Know the way to church? Just ask the campers at Tennessee Bible College’s annual Truth Bible Camp held June 13-17. They learned “the way to church” ‒ which was this year’s theme ‒ and lots more about the importance of assembling for worship as God...

Life Without Hope

Life Without Hope

“How can a person make it through trials without the Lord?” I have heard many Christians ask this question when a loved one dies or some other tragedy turns their world upside down. I have thought about this myself. It’s hard enough to bear the heartaches of life as...

TBC Student Spotlight: Robert Ati Amukwei

TBC Student Spotlight: Robert Ati Amukwei

Meet Robert Ati Amukwei Degree Sought: Bachelor of Religious Education Robert Ati is one of TBC's many online students studying from Ghana. He has a close connection to TBC and we are grateful for his dedication to study God's Word! Share with us your background. How...

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