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Heart lines by Steve Kirby

HEART LINES {From Steve Kirby} GOD BLESSED US WITH ANOTHER WONDERFUL VBS! I want to add my appreciation and special thanks to everyone who helped make this year’s VBS a GREAT SUCCESS! Who knows by what it was last week’s VBS at Hilldale that made an indelible impression upon the soft heart of a young […]

Heartlines April 17th, 2016

DESTROYED! That’s not a pleasant word, is it? What do you think of when you hear the word destroyed? Here’s some of the synonyms my Webster’s Thesaurus gives for destroyed: wrecked, annihilated, lost, devastated, wasted demolished, shattered, put an end to, eradicated… Some of the things we often hear associated with the word destroyed are […]

HEART LINES June 24, 2015

NEWS YOU CAN USE! This week I learned about an interesting study that Brother Travis Hartle is using in his Sunday morning teenage class. He has titled the class: “When News Breaks, We Fix It With The Bible!” As I understand it, the class is taking a brief look at various news clips of recent […]

HEART LINES June 10,2015

FINISH STRONG! There’s a book by that title, but it was also the title of Brother Howard Norton’s class study with the men during our Abundant Living Mini-Retreat Seminar a couple of Saturday’s ago. Brother Norton began the class time with this statement: “Someone has said, ‘Live life with eyes on the horizon and not […]

HEART LINES May 10, 2015

“IF MAMA AIN’T HAPPY…” Honestly, where would we be if it were not for REAL mothers? In most families, if things are not right with mom, things are not right with the whole family. As the old saying goes: “If mamma ain’t happy… ain’t nobody happy!” The Saturday Evening Post published an article depicting the […]

HEART LINES May 6, 2015

HEART LINES {From Steve Kirby} “IF MAMA AIN’T HAPPY…” Honestly, where would we be if it were not for REAL mothers? In most families, if things are not right with mom, things are not right with the whole family. As the old saying goes: “If mamma ain’t happy… ain’t nobody happy!” The Saturday Evening Post […]