Resources

TV Ads Offer Help for Sexual Deviates

By OCA Newsbriefs | December 16, 1997
In Beaumont, Texas, Calvary Baptist Church sponsored TV commercials on the ABC affiliate that offer homosexuals a way out of their deathstyle.

Dominion on Death Row

By Kathy Norquist | December 7, 1997
While Randy was writing his novel Dominion, several people gathered together more than once to pray not only for Randy’s strength and perseverance but for the eternal impact it would have on people’s lives.

Who qualifies to be called human?

By Angela (Alcorn) Stump | December 1, 1997
Folks back then said it all started when I moved away from my parents at eighteen. They said I was young and stupid, and was pushed into crazy beliefs because I had no one to guide me. 

Community Banks: An Eternal Investment

By Barry Arnold | September 1, 1997
If, with $50, you could start a business that would require no extra work on your part but would completely provide for a family in one of the poorest nations on earth, would you do it? Of course!

Life Issues: Distraction from the Great Commission or Part of It?

By Randy Alcorn | August 1, 1997
Over the years I’ve often been told that human life issues, such as abortion and euthanasia, are not what the church of Jesus Christ should be about. I was even told by a seminary student at my church, “These issues distract us from the main thing.”

Self-Esteem: Who Are We, Really?

By Dan Matzat | June 8, 1997
God does not inflict upon us the psychological battering of the cross in order to leave us in a tormented condition. It is at the cross where we are offered through the gospel the very righteousness of Jesus Christ.

Memorial Rose Garden

By Kathy Norquist | May 11, 1997
The idea for the Memorial Rose Garden was birthed in the hearts of Dave and Audrey Stout after Audrey had visited the National Memorial to the Unborn in Tennessee.

Caste the First Stone

By Greg Dabel | March 8, 1997
Life in the lower castes: Persecution of Christians in India, a pastor notes, has become common.