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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

Wrong Door Wrong Door

By George Dalton On a recent trip I must have eaten something that didn’t agree with me.  So when my plane landed at the Dallas Fort Worth Airport, I raced off the plane and headed... 

The Call Is Holy The Call Is Holy

By Norma Vera Saying “Father if it is your will, remove this cup from me; never – the-less not my will but yours be done.” And being in agony, he prayed more earnestly. Luke... 

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... 

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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

Welcome To Perry, Illinois… Population: 12 Welcome To Perry, Illinois… Population: 12

By Darren Marlar I was on my way home from a comedy gig in southern Illinois when my GPS suddenly lost power. I had no idea how much I relied on “Imogene” until she abruptly decided... 

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... 

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Reviews

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... 

Artist Spotlight: Matthew West

By Brian Johnson Matthew West is a remarkable artist. It’s true that this could be said of many people; however, West is one of the few that seems to continue to resonate in your... 

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Daily Devotions

Keeping What We Have Keeping What We Have

By Virginia Smith I recently attended my first “anonymous” meeting to support someone I care about. Never having been involved with a twelve-step program, I was a little intimidated, as was the person I went to support. Though I never realized it, my unconscious attitude toward difficult personal struggles has been “pray for strength, but suffer... [Read more of this review]

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