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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…

Reflections- The danger of over-communicating

By Roger Campbell, author, broadcaster and columnist and a pastor for 22 years. The ability to communicate is one of God’s greatest gifts, enabling us to express the deep feelings…

Reflections- The three vow wonder woman

By Roger Campbell, author, broadcaster and columnist and a pastor for 22 years. She was but a young girl when she made her first serious vow: “I will never do…

Reflections- Conquering the money blues

By Roger Campbell, author,  broadcaster and columnist and a pastor for 22 years   Feeling down about money?  You’re not alone. Millions worry about meeting money needs every day.  But…

Reflections- When faith wins fear loses

Roger Campbell   Fear is as old as Eden and as current as the daily paper or television news roundup. Trembling times have been around throughout history; but you may…

Reflections- In search of a perfect church

Roger Campbell A Columbian came to faith in Christ through reading the Bible and soon after his conversion immigrated to America.  Here he began searching for a church where he…

Reflections- Lets stop staring at the garbage cans and flies

By Roger Campbell, author, broadcaster and columnist and a pastor for 22 years. He can be reached at rcministry@ameritech.net Something has happened to the thinking of Americans. A debilitating negativism…

Reflections- Easter’s happy headline

By Roger Campbell author,  broadcaster and columnist who was a pastor for 22 years. The week beginning on Palm Sunday and ending with the crucifixion of Christ focuses on the…

Reflections- Staying on top every day

Roger Campbell Time is priceless.  A dying queen is said to have cried, “Millions in money for an inch of time.” Each of us is allotted a certain amount of…

Reflections- Have you heard the good news?

Roger Campbell Disturbing headlines like these are enough to trouble us all: “Mother to go on trial for poisoning her children, Ruins of collapsed dance hall yields 43 bodies, Kills…

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