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April Photography Contest Launch

“Kindness” Photography ContestContest runs April 2nd – 26th, 2009 April 2, 2009 – Atlanta, GA – God’s beauty and grace surround us everyday.  At The Christian Pulse, we want everyone pause for a moment to marvel at the glory of the Spirit living in us. Capture the fruit of the spirit with your original photograph for a chance to win Premium Christian Streetwear™ from In God’s Hands Clothing. Galations 5:22-23 states a spirit filled life produces love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self control. For the month of April we are focusing on kindness. Frederick Faber, an English theologian, once stated “"kindness has converted more sinners than zeal, eloquence, or learning." Show us your photos of “kindness”! Visit the TCP Photo Gallery under the Gallery Tab on our web site to view the entries.  The winner will be announced on April 30, 2009. Enter the IGH Photography... [Read more of this devotional]

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Christian Life

Memory Makers

By Lisa Bell I drove through our quaint town square today. Green wreaths hung from light posts and in the park, the lighted decorations stood in anticipation of thrilling young, and... 

The Most Wonderful Time Of The Year The Most Wonderful Time Of The Year

By Teresa Lusk It’s the most wonderful time of the year! Or is it? Job loss, foreclosures, illness, depression over the economy, and other circumstances hover over many families.... 

Gratitude For Our Precious Bodies Gratitude For Our Precious Bodies

By Brooke Parker With the November theme of gratitude still going through my head, I would like to focus this month’s nutrition article on creating a positive body image full of gratitude. All... 

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Faith

Keeping the Memories

By Jennifer Kearson It seems many of the holidays are just around the corner. One of the most traditional American holidays is Thanksgiving. There’s nothing like succulent turkey,... 

Where Do Those Angels Come From?

By Janet Perez Eckles Crazy, isn’t it? When life goes undisturbed, we stroll through the garden of prosperity and bask in the sunshine of success. Our feet sink in the green grass... 

Trading Places

By Susan Dollyhigh The call came from New Hanover Hospital’s emergency room after the crisis with my three-year-old granddaughter had passed. “Mom, Katelyn’s okay, but we just... 

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Humor

Christmas Shopping—Bah, Humbug! Christmas Shopping—Bah, Humbug!

By Kathi Macias I am not a shopper. Seriously! Shopping—particularly Christmas shopping—is right up there at the top of my “despised things to do” list, right along with root... 

“Baby Steps” “Baby Steps”

By Kathi Macias “What About Bob?” has to be one of the funniest movies I’ve ever seen. I’ve laughed my way through it many times, which is highly unusual for me, as it’s a... 

Thanksgiving…Again?

By Kathi Macias Didn’t we just do Thanksgiving? It couldn’t possibly have been a year since the last one because I promised myself I was going to lose those extra turkey-and-mashed-potatoes... 

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Reviews

Artist Spotlight: Brandon Heath Artist Spotlight: Brandon Heath

By Claire Walden We sing for many reasons, but most of the time it is because words alone don’t fully express our meaning behind them. Brandon Heath uses this outlet with his singer/songwriter... 

The Unfinished Gift The Unfinished Gift

Written By Dan Walsh Reviewed By Lena Nelson Dooley ISBN 978-0-8007-1924-1 Revell Historical Christmas Back Cover Copy: Can a gift from the past mend a broken heart? Ian Collins is... 

Daisy Chain

Written by Mary E Demuth Reviewed by J Renee Archer Zondervan, 2009 ISBN: 978-0-310-27836-8 Mary Demuth’s Daisy Chain, is the tender coming-of-age story of a hurting boy set in the... 

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Daily Devotions

Tis The Season Tis The Season

By Gina Stinson It’s the season of giving thanks, celebrating the birth of the Savior and making goals for living a better life. Oh…the holidays! As I sit and write this I am recovering from an obnoxious cold that has just about gotten the best of me. I’ve been in the recliner for four days and I am pretty sure my poor family is tired of hearing... [Read more of this review]

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