“In the Spring of 1194, during the third crusade to the Holy Land, crusader Henry of Champagne went to a mysterious castle in the rugged mountainous region of Nizari in Syria to meet with Abu Mansur, the notorious ‘Old Man of the Mountain.’ This man was the leader of the most dreaded commandoes of that […]

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Our Two Journeys!

A while back I picked up Andrew Davis’ book, An Infinite Journey. I finally started reading it today and the first few chapters were really helpful. As Christians, Davis said, we are involved in two journeys. The first is external—it involves the “worldwide advance of the Kingdom of Jesus Christ to all nations.” The second […]

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Scripture Memorization: It is Worth every Ounce of Effort!

I was in the middle of a conversation yesterday about Scripture Memory and why it is important. One of the things that jump out at me about Scripture memorization is simple—it is hard work. Unless you have a photographic memory…Scripture memory is hard work, but it is work that is worth every ounce of effort. […]

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