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by Dr. Carey Vinzant We have just begun the season of Advent, during which we focus on waiting for the coming of Christ. The act and the experience of waiting are part and parcel of what it means for us to be God’s people. In the Old Testament God’s people awaited the coming of Messiah...
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by Dr. John Neihof Why do we have lights at Christmas? I think that it’s because of the lights of that first Christmas when Jesus entered the world. Heaven shone the light of the angels upon the shepherds. Eternal Father positioned the star whose light led the wise men from the East to the house...
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Organizations such as Third Millennium Ministries rely on professors such as WBS’ to help provide educational resources for their mission. The faculty are honored to enable the work of these organizations as they seek to train Christian leaders around the world for effective ministry. From Third Millennium Ministries: “Our mission is to prepare Christian leaders to lead a...
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by Dr. Becky Luman   Prison Mondays Most Mondays I have the privilege of teaching a Bible study for female inmates at the Central Mississippi Correctional Facility. We recently discussed God’s love for us as shown in forgiveness and how the Holy Spirit cultivates in our hearts the ability to forgive others. Then, a woman asked,...
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by Dr. John Neihof I recently attended a conference for theological schools in the US and Canada. The mixture of evangelical, mainline, and Roman Catholic schools provides an adventure in contrast. As a Bible-believing Christian in the Wesleyan revivalist tradition, an old-time shouting, singing, praying, weeping, born-again, sanctified wholly, Holy Spirit called, missionary-minded, people-loving, neck-hugging,...
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