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When I think of fundraisers I typically also think that, on my small budget, I can’t really help my favorite ministries and charities in a substantial way.  But what I’ve learned over my years working here at truthXchange is that some of the most useful giving is faithful, incremental and regular income from many individuals [...]

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Just Believe

by Mary Eady on September 9, 2014

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Last week I stood in line at a local sandwich shop waiting to pay for my order. In front of me was a young couple in their 20s and the woman of the pair was wearing a tank top. I could see four words tattooed on her left shoulder, each on its own line: Hope Believe [...]

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Bridging the Gap: Making the Match

by Joshua Gielow on September 8, 2014

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Over 10 years ago, Dr. Peter Jones launched truthXchange to strengthen believers understanding of their Christian worldview in a culture seduced by the lie. Just as it was in the days of St. Irenaeus, oneist heresies have crept into the church and are becoming an influence and driving force in the culture today. Today, truthXchange [...]

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Reincarnated or R.I.P.?

by Mary Eady on August 1, 2014

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In an article by the Pew Research Center I read a statistic that popped right off the screen at me: 22% of Christians believe in Reincarnation. What?  Christians??  It’s a little hard to believe at first, but it’s true. Think about that for a minute.  Say you’re sitting in a mainline church of 500 people.  [...]

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The Writing on the Bathroom Wall — What does it mean?

by Dr. Peter Jones on July 31, 2014

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Today I read an article with the provocative title: “University To Offer ‘Gender-Open’ Restrooms.” It noted that non-specific gender bathrooms are now common-place on some 150 college campuses. It is easy to qualify this fact as a further desirable expression of civil rights, tolerance and freedom, but it is much more a striking piece of evidence of [...]

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