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1 Corinthians 7, like the scripture passage, written by the apostle Paul, is a mailing list whose purpose is to encourage people in their relationships, especially marriage relationships.
This list is for the sharing of sermons and sermon ideas, illustrations, etc. It is hoped that this list will bring a blessing to those using it.
This group is for anyone who enjoys studying God's word. Subscribers receive a devotional that usually begins with a scripture passage, offers a brief discussion of the passage, and ends with a prayer. All devotionals are original writings and are written by a woman who has been a born-again Christian since 1969.
The purpose of AOG was to provide an open forum for theological discussion, prayer requests, praise reports, and fellowship for members and friends of the Assemblies of God. This list was for the sharing of sermons and sermon ideas, illustrations, etc. It is hoped that this archived list will bring a blessing to those using it.
A FREE Bible commentary/editorial, deals with various questions, issues, and life situations from the angle of what the Bible has to say about it. The purpose for Bible Notes is to glorify God and to help people make it to Heaven.
Christian Computing Magazine. CCMag is a list where newbies and seasoned pros alike can find many computer questions answered.
Clean, humorous, or at least inspiring messages to perk up your day.
Discussion of Christian books, whether fiction, nonfiction, helps books and others!!
For Christians who play guitar in church, in praise and worship, in the music industry, or just for fun.
Get poetry regular people can enjoy. Find a Cloudburst Poem on upbeat themes: personal growth, good relationships, nature, spirituality, family, current events. Especially appropriate for print publications.
Designed to be a resource for pastors and other ministers, helping to sharpen their skills. Each issue contained an original sermon manuscript, along with other sermon ideas, Bible study outlines, and teaching notes. It also contained feature articles, theological think-pieces, counseling hints, family resources, and other helpful materials of interest to persons engaged in Christian ministry.
The FBCocoa list may help FutureBasic programmers get to grips with Cocoa.
FeedtTheFlock was a weekly email devotion on the challenges encountered in youth outreach. Its archives will inspire you.
Original articles lift your spiritual life to the next level. Published authors engage the Biblical text to take you straight to the Cross of Christ.
Many aspects of homemaking, marriage and motherhood are covered in this newsletter with a Christian emphasis.
The Hope Chest features Christian inspiration, practical teaching tips, resource recommendations, and lot of food for thought for home schooling families.
Idea Central - Short articles with an inspirational story that is honourable and a testament to Our Savior.
Sermon Seeds is designed to help pastors and Bible teachers in their preparations for preaching and teaching. Most, but not all, of the outlines are alliterated (beginning with the same letter(s). Sermon Seeds are also helpful for anyone wishing to study their Bibles with some brief, sermon outline type notes. Sermon Seeds are available to anyone who wishes to receive them. To see the archives of previously sent Sermon Seeds outlines, please visit http://www.sermonseeds.org
Sermons on the Net - Messages of hope and comfort, from Henk Frijters, for those who want to learn more about Jesus and His glorious plan for our lives.