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Choosing God’s Thoughts

Have you ever wondered how we can align our ways with God’s ways and our thoughts with His thoughts? Jesus came to reconcile us to the Father and to restore our relationship with Him. And yet we find many times that our thoughts and ways are not aligned with His. The prophet Isaiah tells us,

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What Does It Mean to Totally Love God?

Chancellor Gary Hargrave recently brought a teaching titled “Judaism: A Relationship of Love.” In a blog post about this teaching he said, “Judaism is not legalism and commandments. It is a deep love relationship between God and His people. Torah means ‘instruction.’ It contains the instructions of a loving Father teaching His children about a

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Loving God with Our Minds

Recently I was blessed to participate in the 2017 National Hispanic Education Summit. This event sponsored by the NHCLC seeks to empower educators and church leaders to promote educational opportunities and support student success. The director of the Faith and Education Coalition, Dr. Andrea Ramirez, spoke to the attendees about the biblical command of “loving

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For Those Who Give

This Thanksgiving, I am thankful for the United States. It is not a perfect country. There has been flawed leadership and great injustices over the years, but this does not overshadow the good it has done. This is the land that has given money to missionaries around the world. This is a generous, giving country

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Experiencing the Feast of Tabernacles

As Christians, we have been grafted in to the rich heritage of Judaism, to the family of Abraham (Rom. 11:17-24, Eph. 2:12-22). For this we are eternally grateful. Part of the rich heritage that we have received includes the celebration of the biblical feasts – Passover, Pentecost, and Tabernacles. During these three feasts, God required

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We Are an Expression of God’s Grace

In the second chapter of Ephesians, the first seven verses, we are shown the greatness of God’s grace. In these few verses, we see our past state, our present state, and our eternal future that the Heavenly Father has prepared for us. Our past state is seen in verses one through three. “And you were

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2017 Graduation Ceremony

Shiloh University held its fourth graduation on July 1st at the Shiloh Church and Conference Center. The ceremony began with a processional of the University leadership, Academic Council, and the graduates. President Christopher Reeves opened the ceremony by congratulating the graduates and greeting all those in attendance. He spoke of the commitment of the graduates,

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Face to Face with Marty Folsom

I am a theologian who is committed to being loving and nurturing in my relationships. This simply reflects what I believe God is about. I believe the Triune God exists in the personal unity of three persons who cannot be apart from each other. That belief opens the window for us on the meaning of

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Shiloh University Israel Tour 2017

May 1 through May 14, a group of 43 embarked on the first Shiloh University sponsored study trip to Israel. Among the 43 participants were Shiloh University leadership, faculty, and students; and pastors from The Living Word Fellowship churches. The University made available the Historical Geography of Israel course to all participants prior to their

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Emily Haworth: Preparing for Israel 2017

The time has finally come for several members of the Shiloh University student body and faculty to travel to Israel! In preparation for our trip, I asked our students how their studies have impacted their excitement for our visit to the Holy Land. For a unique perspective, I reached out to Emily Haworth. Emily participated

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