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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 hr@thechristianpulse.com 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

The Lost Coin The Lost Coin

By Nina Medrano- I remember when my Aunt Sally ran away from home. My grandmother called my mother and asked us to please pray for Sally for she was only 13 years old and could not... 

A Fitness Formula for Prayer A Fitness Formula for Prayer

By Laurette Willis – “Whatever things you ask when you pray, believe that you receive them, and you will have them” (Mark 11:24, NKJV). We’re over a month into 2011. Two of... 

The Lazarus Effect The Lazarus Effect

By Marty Norman – Jesus wept. Then the Jews said, “See how he loved him”(John 11:35-36 NIV). Jesus had many friends. But Mary, Martha and Lazarus were counted among his... 

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Faith

The Next Step The Next Step

By Heather Arbuckle – It is a story that began when I was just six years old. Angry about a perceived injustice handed down by my mother, I packed my bags and decided life would... 

Getting Rid of Spiritual Clutter Getting Rid of Spiritual Clutter

By Janet Morris Grimes – Clutter is defined in several ways. Garbage. Unnecessary mess. Disorder. Confusion. It is the stuff no one knows what to do with, so it just piles up,... 

Can God Find Me Anywhere? Even in a Restroom? Can God Find Me Anywhere? Even in a Restroom?

By Lori Freeland – I ran down the hall desperate for a quiet place to meet God. Around the corner, through an old wooden door, an alcove hid a tiny restroom in the north end of... 

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Humor

The Right Fit The Right Fit

By Jodi Whisenhunt – In seventh grade, Kaepa tennis shoes were all the rage at my junior high school. With their unique dual lace design, you could mix and match shoelace colors to... 

Social Graces Social Graces

By Emily Parke Chase – While talking with a friend at work, I thanked her for helping me with a project. She was delighted and hurriedly gushed, “Oh, it was no pleasure at all!” Though... 

A Tale of Two Faces A Tale of Two Faces

By Rhonda Rhea – I was looking through family pictures the other day. I love oohing and ahing over the pictures of all my kids when they were babies. I did, however, make an interesting... 

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Reviews

Book Review: Christmas at Harrington’s Book Review: Christmas at Harrington’s

Written by Melody Carlson Reviewed by Nora St Laurent – Back Cover: Christmas is approaching, and Lena Markham finds herself penniless, friendless and nearly hopeless. She is... 

Book Review: Back On Murder Book Review: Back On Murder

Written by J. Mark Bertrand Reviewed by Nike Chillemi – This is the Christian crime fiction novel I’ve been waiting for. It’s intelligent and well written. Author J. Mark... 

Review: The Best of Evil Review: The Best of Evil

Written by Eric Wilson Reviewed by Donald James Parker – Ever try reading a book at an airport and then later on a plane?  My average reading speed is usually about a page an... 

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Daily Devotions

Ankles and Feet Ankles and Feet

By Robin J. Steinweg – Work boots, maybe with a steel-reinforced toe; that’s the fellow two doors down. Black suit  hem, polished black shoes; the man across the street and down one. Tennis shoes, jeans; that’s the young mother next door. Nice slacks, sturdy shoes; next door on the other side. This is my neighborhood in the winter. My neighbors... [Read more of this review]

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