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Calling for Volunteers to Get Involved

The Christian Pulse is a cutting-edge, web magazine that is built on a solid foundation of values, integrity, and excellence. Since 2005, we have worked hard to put together a dedicated team of writers but we need help taking TCP to the next level. We are looking for fellow Christians who can help us with improving the technical side to include managing/updating our WordPress website. In addition, we would love help creating interactive web apps for mobile devices and developing video content as well. We are seeking talented Christians who would like to volunteer their skills or share their experience in the following areas: Journalism, Editing, Web Design, App Development, Marketing, Radio/Video Production, Fundraising, and more. Now is the perfect time to COME GET INVOLVED! To get started, send a current copy of your resume to with the type of role you are interested in volunteering for in the subject line. We look forward to hearing from you!  Read More →

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Christian Life

Am I a Christian? Am I a Christian?

By Warren Mueller – This is the continuation of my previous article titled Do I Pass The Test?  In this article further tests will be discussed that can be used to answer the... 

The Heart of the Beholder: The Power of God-esteem

By Lori Freeland – Cool air streamed through the open window, cooling the cup of cinnamon coffee at my elbow. I extended my hand towards my laptop to chase away the screen saver,... 

The Melting Pot – Preparing to live as a blended family The Melting Pot – Preparing to live as a blended family

By Teresa Lusk – Before adding your loved ones into the melting pot of a blended family, consider the following suggestions: Boundaries and expectations of how your blended family... 

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Beauty Beauty

By Janet Morris Grimes – Beauty. Magazine covers scream its requirements from shallow pages, taunting us with the latest version of retouched perfection. The images offer a million... 

God on the Spot – Part 5: Delivering His People God on the Spot – Part 5: Delivering His People

By Dianne E. Butts – In Part 4, we saw that God used Joseph in Egypt to save the bloodline of Abraham to Messiah. After the famine, Joseph’s family (Abraham’s descendants)... 

So What’s the Big Deal About Going to Church? So What’s the Big Deal About Going to Church?

By Janet Morris Grimes – Church has always been a huge part of my life. As a young child, I remember the smell of the hymnals as I sat next to my Granny, watching her hold the... 

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Lost in Translation Lost in Translation

By Jodi Whisenhunt – I say to my teenager: “Work on your biology project.” He hears: “Muwha muwha muwha muwha muwha.” The lingo of Charlie Brown’s teacher.  Read More →

Subbing’s Not for Sissies Subbing’s Not for Sissies

By Emily Parke Chase – “Oh, why didn’t I listen to my teachers?  Why didn’t I pay attention to those who gave me instruction?” Proverbs 5:13 (NLT)  Read More →

But, LORD, You Made Me Like This! But, LORD, You Made Me Like This!

By Katherine Swarts – Milton Berle defined the most advanced computer as one that “[i]f it makes a mistake… blames another computer.” That would be almost-human intelligence... 

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Book Review: Not My Child Book Review: Not My Child

Written by Linda Harvey – Reviewed by Donald James Parker – Want to read a scary book?  I’m not talking about a spine-tingler  which reduces you to a glob of protoplasmic... 

Book Review: Miss Fortune Book Review: Miss Fortune

Written by Sara Mills – Reviewed by Nike Chillemi – A classic who-dun-it, how could I not be intrigued? The author went for the suggestion of a noir-mystery writing style,... 

Book Review: Dead Reckoning Book Review: Dead Reckoning

Written by Ronie Kendig Reviewed by Lena Nelson Dooley Back Cover Copy: Trapped by a nuclear terrorist plot in Mumbai!  Read More →

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Daily Devotions

Olympic Courage – Life Courage Olympic Courage – Life Courage

In the past Winter Olympics I was impressed with the hindrances athletes overcame: A skier who overcame years of poor performance. Another skier who competed despite a knee injury. A skater who skated her life’s best right after her mother died. Lugers who slid despite the fact that one of them had just died on the track. All won medals. And then... [Read more of this review]

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