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The Right Addiction

by Tad Lindley You know the house of Stephanas…that they have addicted themselves to the ministry of the saints. (I Corinthians 16:15) Webster’s New World Dictionary defines “to addict” as “to give oneself up to […]

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Stuck in Selfie Mode

by Tad Lindley It used to irritate me when I traveled to memorable places and I would see people looking at some great sight in Hawaii or a beautiful sunset somewhere through their video camera. […]

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The Obedience of Faith

by Rev. David K. Bernard Salvation is more than simply believing that Jesus really exists, it is obedience to the gospel. The following column appeared in the July 2017 Pentecostal Herald authored by David K. […]

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The First Mark of the Beast

by Tad Lindley This column is based on a message preached by Rev. Jimmy Toney at this summer’s family campmeeting in Sterling, AK. The second mark: 666 One of the best known passages of scripture, […]

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Hooked on Phonics

by Tad Lindley In 1987 a new reading program hit the market. It was called Hooked on Phonics. If you had television back then, maybe you remember it. It was supposed to dramatically improve your […]

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Dope Dealer Turns Hope Dealer

by Tad Lindley If we were to talk to every kindergartner in every local school and ask them what they want to be when they grow up, we would get responses like, pilot, agent, health […]

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The Big King that got away

by Tad Lindley The net was laid out perfectly. The currents were just right. The corks jerked hard. They could feel him move the boat. The way the corks were going under, it was obviously […]

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Flipping Burgers

by Tad Lindley When I was growing up teachers used to try to threaten us into being better students. They would say things like, “Do you homework or else you end up flipping burgers at […]

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They Got Tired of Winning

by Tad Lindley One of the themes of President Trump’s campaign speeches was winning. “We’re going to turn it around, we’re going to start winning again. We’re going to win so much. We’re going to […]

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What Will Our Kids Know?

by Tad Lindley Thinking about fish camp and those that have lead the way for us, I pulled this out of the archives. It still makes me cry to read it. Dad is now gone […]

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What Do You Worship?

by Tad Lindley I saw the Grateful Dead at Pine Knob in Detroit Michigan in 1988. We had floor seats, and I stood on my chair and danced through both sets, as did the thousands of […]

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What Are You Savoring?

by Tad Lindley When you savor something, you love it. It is special to you. You want to make it last. For me, one thing I savor is walrus soup. Walruses don’t swim upriver, so […]

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Wake Up and Smell the Ammonia

by Tad Lindley Even as my dad was telling it to me, I made up my mind that I would do it. He warned me sternly of the consequences of disobedience, but something welled up […]

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Pukuked By God

by Tad Lindley Where I grew up we never saw meat on the bone except for ribs. By the time it hit the grocery store shelf the bones were gone to the Jello factory. It […]

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Make Sure You Get It In Writing

by Tad Lindley Did you ever play that game telephone when you were a kid? One kid would start by whispering something in the next kid’s ear. It would start out as something like, “Which […]

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Marijuana is Legal, Now What?

by Tad Lindley Marijuana sales is now legal in the State of Alaska. What does this mean for Christians? What position should the church take on the use of marijuana? Will it now be acceptable […]