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Waiting is not my forte. And, although I can appreciate the good waiting does toward developing godly character, I fail miserably at waiting.  I feel like a child in "big church," squirming in the pew, waiting for the service to end. I look for stuff to fill the time, occupy my mind, and hopefully make time pass faster. It reminds me of what used to happen in my house when we were getting ready to leave. We'd tell our boys to get ready to go, and we were leaving at a specific time. When we'd call out for everyone to head to the car, suddenly, boys were scrambling to get their shoes or finding pertinent items for where we were headed.  "Why aren't you ready?" we'd ask, in a stern yet loving tone...

It used to be that we could feel pretty safe about the influences in our children’s lives until they hit college age and were exposed to more diverse beliefs and cultures.  It seems, however, that radical views are coming into play as early as 3rd grade. And, by middle school, many church-going children have decided they do not believe in God.  Some religions are more evident in how they contradict Scripture; but, many religions have an element of truth, making them seem feasible and dangerous. These differences may even make more sense from a human standpoint. So, how can you help them tell what is true and what is counterfeit? Here are four ways we can encourage our children in to help them stay true to their faith:   Study the Word Cultural norms, fads, and new aged religious philosophies change every day. The Word of God is never-changing and is an anchor for our faith....

In honor of October being National ADD/ADHD awareness month, I thought I'd share some tips and tricks that helped our ADD household survive the school year. Our household was actually a mixed bag of learning complications that we worked through over the years: ADD w/inattention, ADHD, Dyslexia, Visual Processing Disorder, extreme auditory learner (in a visual household)...

Poppy's Coffee, Tea, and Remedies Poppy’s is a Christian coffee shop in Gallipolis, Ohio. Owner, Greg Hall wanted to create an atmosphere where people can come and enjoy great coffee and where he can tell people about his love for Jesus.  In March, Poppy's responded to the need and started a food pantry. They partnered with local churches and loaded vans to deliver food to impoverished areas.    Listen to our Community Matters Interview with Greg "Poppy" Hall:    [audio mp3="https://walkfm.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/09/Greg-Hall-Poppys-pantry-9-24-2020.mp3"][/audio]   Pull up a seat and let Greg serve you a coffee, latte, espresso, smoothie, tea, hot chocolate or special request. Poppy’s has books to read, live music and gift shop.    To learn more about Poppy's Shop or the Food Pantry, visit them on Facebook or their website. Located:      46 Court St Gallipolis, OH 45631 Phone:       (740) 446-9050 ...

Recovery Point West Virginia Recovery Point West Virginia provides recovery programs at NO COST to individuals suffering from a substance use disorder.  Their goal is to help individuals find lasting recovery and a new healthy way of life. Their SERVICES include: Long Term Recovery Facilities, Recovery Point HER Place, Fairfield East Community Center, Peer Recovery Coaches, and Peer Recovery Coach Training Their PROGRAMS are: Non-Medical Detox, Off the Street, Recovery Phase 1, Recovery Phase 2, Peer Mentors, and Continuum of Care     Listen to our Community Matters interview with Allison Conley:  [audio mp3="https://walkfm.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/09/Allison-Conley-Recovery-Point-WV-9-18-2020.mp3"][/audio] For more information, visit their website at: https://recoverypointwv.org/ Contact 1040 Adams Avenue, Huntington, WV 25704 Phone: 304.523.4673 Fax: 304.523.4674 [email protected]   ____________________________________________________________ [gravityform id="28" title="true" description="true"]...

Facing Hunger Foodbank Mission: help feed hungry people by distributing nutritious food and grocery products through our pantry/agency network. Facing Hunger envisions a future where no person in the service area goes hungry.  The Facing Hunger Foodbank provides nutritious canned, boxed, fresh, frozen, and prepared food to nearly 116,000 individuals yearly. They also work diligently to recover foods from restaurants and other food distributors through their "food and fund" drive so that no food is wasted.  Their service areas in West Virginia include Cabell, Boone Jackson, Kanawha, Lincoln, Logan, McDowell, Mason, Mingo, Putnam, Wayne, and Wyoming Counties. In Kentucky, Boyd, Greenup, Lawrence, and Martin Counties. In Ohio, they service Lawrence County. Their Programs include:   Mobile Pantry Program Summer Food Service Program (SFSP) Warehouse Distribution Program Food Rescue Program Emergency Food Assistance Program (TEFAP)  BackPack Program Special Supplemental Food Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) School Breakfast and Lunch Program Commodity Supplemental Food Program (CSFP)    Listen to our Community Matters Interview with Facing Hunger...

  The Not Alone Project Dalton Hale is a 16 year old student at Boyd County High School and the founder of the Not Alone Project. The Not Alone Project launched on September 1st to coincide with the start of Suicide Prevention Month, and will continue to provide regular content in partnership with The Big Idea Camp throughout the upcoming school year. This content will include testimonials, as well as tips for spotting the signs of anxiety and depression and information about how to seek additional help. Dalton started this ministry after going through the tragic loss of his cousin due to suicide. The phone number for the National Suicide Prevention Hotline is 1-800-273-8255. Follow the Not Alone Project on Instagram @_not.alone.   The Big Idea Camp The Big Idea Camp founder, Jeremy Holbrook, was moved by Dalton's passion to help others and is teaming up with him to develop curriculum that can be used in schools. The Big Idea Camp...

Tri-State Bible College

Mission: to “Train Faithful Servants for Tomorrow - Today,” by offering a biblically oriented program that provides for a thorough knowledge of the Bible and for the ability to use effectively the Word of God in Christian living and Christian service.

Tri-State Bible College is accredited by the Association for Biblical Higher Education (ABHE) and are authorized by the Ohio Department of Higher Education to offer a Master of Arts in Bible/Theology, Bachelor of Arts in Bible/Theology (126 credits), Associate of Arts (66 credits), and a Certificate of Biblical Studies (33 credits.)

The Curriculum of Tri-State Bible College is designed to promote a biblical worldview and to help students become theologically skillful. Prominent in the curriculum is six semesters of theology, five semesters to survey the New Testament, and both Greek and Hebrew language studies. We offer several minors including Christian Education, Counseling, General Studies, Ministry, and Missions.

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