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Reflections– When grace meets guilt

By Roger Campbell Following his adulterous affair with Bathsheba, King David felt miserable. Guilt, one of the most unpleasant human emotions, drained his life of the joy that had made…

Reflections– Needed: A national sense of right or wrong

By Roger Campbell “Anything goes.” Those two words describe too much of what is happening in our struggling society. We seem to have lost our sense of right and wrong.…

Reflections- Our rich Heavenly Father

By Roger Campbell My working associate was a top-notch salesman and highly respected by our employer and others, but he had a severe drinking problem that nearly ended his life.…

Reflections- Facing and fixing personal problems

The long distance call from a minister facing a problem in his church was different from most I’ve received. Usually these contacts for counseling and requests for prayer by pastors…

Reflections- The book that makes us free

Robert Campbell “The truth shall make you free,” is a universally accepted, well known quote, appearing on cornerstones of colleges and in other public places, but many do not know…

Reflections- Still holding hands…

By Roger Campbell “I have one more thing to tell you before we finish,” said the pleasant voice near the end of our phone conversation, relating then how she had…

Reflections- God’s answers may be bigger than your prayers

By Roger Campbell When Sue was sixteen she became the Michigan high school girls’ track champion in the 440 and 880 yard runs. To anyone that would have been a…

Reflections- ——God is enough——

By Roger Campbell A minister called the advertising editor of his local paper to announce the title of his upcoming sermon. “My sermon this week will be titled “The Lord…

Reflections- Let it Go!

By Roger Campbell Sitting at my computer, I pondered how to answer a letter from a bitter man; bitter because he refused to let go of an attitude that was…

Reflections- Memorial Day – A day to remember

By Roger Campbell, author, broadcaster and columnist and a pastor for 22 years. Memorial Day, originally called Decoration Day, was first celebrated on May 30, 1868 on an order from…

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