February 4th, 2023

Keiston France

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A summa cum laude graduate of North Carolina A&T State University, Keiston France majored in Journalism & Mass Communication and served as the captain on the men's varsity tennis team. Keiston currently works for NASCAR as a developmental tire changer for Chip Ganassi Racing. His favorite Bible verse is 'Faith is the substance of things hoped for and the evidence of things not yet seen.' Hebrews 1:11

Exclusive articles:

The Power of Thanksgiving Every Day

As followers of Christ, we must have a heart of thanksgiving every day of the year. The question is... are we taking action with our thanks?

Ego Trip: 6 Ways Our Ego Can Lure Us Away From God’s Best

Boasting about our accomplishments won't draw others to Christ or to us. We need to be secure in our identity in Him and know we are valuable to God with or without our achievements.

God Is Our Portion Forever

When life's portions seem unfair, how can we remind ourselves that if God is our portion, we have more than enough? Read on.

The Judgment Seat: What Will the Review of Your Life Show?

When you stand before the judgment seat of Christ, will the review of your life result in a "well done" from God?

Our Mission: Seek First the Kingdom of God

Seek first the Kingdom is the mission, mandate, and mantra of all followers of Jesus Christ. Here's what happens when we do.

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4 Big Lessons We Can Learn From Little Children

If we pay close attention, there are many lessons we can learn from little children. Here are four lessons that could change your life.

Devotion Movie: Wartime Honor, Present-Day Gratitude

Devotion tells the true story of two heroic US Navy fighter pilots who helped turn the tide in the most brutal battle in the Korean War.

Where’s the Bloom? One Plants, Another Waters, God Makes it Grow

As one plants and another waters, trust God to make every good work grow. In the meantime, give thanks for one another and the chance to labor with God.

Resources for Ukrainians Extended to Russian POWs

Prison Fellowship Ukraine has long served Ukrainian inmates but is pushed to the limit by wartime realities—and gospel requirements.
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