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Top Ten – 6th Commandment – “Folsom Prison Blues”

Most of us recognize that taking the life of another person is a sin against God and humanity. The 6th Commandment states, “You shall not murder.” That seems pretty straight forward and most of us can readily agree. However, in Matthew, Jesus expands on the offense by saying...
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Top Ten – 5th Commandment – “Loves Me Like a Rock”

The first four Commandments are about our relationship with God (vertical) and the last six Commandments are about our relationship with others (horitzontal). Why God chose the relationship between children and parents as the next commandment is not surprising. It is the first...
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Top Ten – Loves Me Like A Rock (October 16, 2016)

Come and see why so many people are making Faith Fellowship a part of their lives.
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Memorials for Officer Blake Snyder’s Family

Donations to BackStoppers will assist Officer Snyder’s wife and son. You can donate online or mail your donation to The BackStoppers, Inc. PO Box 795168 Saint Louis, MO 63179-0700
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Top Ten – 4th Commandment – “Easy”

Many Christians approach the fourth commandment with a mixture of guilt and uneasiness. They sense somehow that Sunday ought to be different, but how and why and who sets the rules? God intended the Sabbath to be a source of renewal. It was to be a regular, weekly time in which...
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Top Ten – Easy (October 09, 2016)

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Top Ten – 3rd Commandment – “More Than Words”

What’s in a name? If you peruse a baby book, you can learn the meaning of each name. For example, Ethan means strong, firm; it has good implications, but a name does not determine character. Character makes a person’s name good, bad or something in-between. A person can make a...
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Top Ten – More Than Words (October 02, 2016)

Come and see why so many people are making Faith Fellowship a part of their lives.
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