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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

I Am

By Makenzie Allen – I am Makenzie Brook Allen. My name means little warrior of God. I am a daughter, sister, grandchild, niece, and friend. A passion of mine since I craved pacifiers... 

Hear Me . . . Whimper

By Jane Thornton – Though I’m not much of a feminist, Helen Reddy’s lyrics, “I am strong. I am invincible. I am woman. Hear me roar,” inspire me to belt them out. I do lay... 

Remembering Christmas

By Kathleen Brown – The techno tree stood on a maple table in the den. An unlikely hero, less than two feet tall counting the motorized revolving base, it thrust stiff green branches... 

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Faith

Blurring the Ancient Boundaries

By DiAne Gates – Mother often recited, “I don’t build fences to keep you in. I build fences to keep bad stuff out.” But it sure felt like I was being detained. Until I grew... 

Stuck in the Interim

By Jennifer Slattery – The Bible tells us life, our time on earth, is short and this world is not our home, and yet, we rarely speak of heaven. Perhaps our biggest deception, our... 

Mystery—Unexplained—Awesome

By DiAne Gates – “As the appearance of the rainbow in the clouds on a rainy day, so was the appearance of the surrounding radiance. Such was the appearance of the likeness of the... 

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Humorous

A New Twist on the List

By Hally Franz – I made a bold move during the Christmas season of 2012. After years of considering, even threatening this particular change, I made the move. I did not send cards,... 

Hokey Pokey-Defrosted

By Elaine James – This week I took a frozen turkey and put it in the refrigerator to defrost. I realized how that was very similar to what had happened to my brain recently. It... 

Getting’ Psyched about Service

By Hally Franz – Operation Christmas Child is one of my faves. I began doing the boxes twelve years ago when my son was 3, and I was participating in a MOPS (Mothers of Preschoolers)... 

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Reviews

Book Review: The Master’s Wall Book Review: The Master’s Wall

Written by Sandi Rog Reviewed by Nora St Laurent Back Cover: HE FIGHTS FOR HIS FREEDOM. SHE FIGHTS FOR HER LIFE. TOGETHER, THEY FIGHT FOR EACH OTHER. After watching Roman soldiers drag... 

Book Review: Never Without Hope Book Review: Never Without Hope

Written by Michelle Sutton Reviewed by Nike Chillemi – There’s something about Michelle Sutton’s Never Without Hope that kept me turning pages. Maybe it was because the author... 

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... 

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Daily Devotions

That’s Going to Leave a Mark

By Cynthia Ruchti – I remember more than once hearing my mother comment on some childish prank with the words, “Be careful. That’s going to leave a mark.” She may have been talking about slipping the old fashioned kind of clothespins—someone does remember clothespins, right?—over our noses. Or she may have been referring to the practice... [Read more of this review]

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