June 27th, 2022

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

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Why It’s Important to Honor Your Father and Mother

When we honor our father and mother, we not only fulfill a commandment of God, but we reap blessings that affect generations.

God Gives Us Grace for the Race

When the race before you gets hard to endure, trust that God has given you grace to finish the race. Don't give up.

The Ten Commandments and the Prohibition of Adultery

Why is the prohibition of adultery included in the Ten Commandments? Let's take a look at the 7th commandment and what it protects us from.

The Ten Commandments: Which One Sets the Tone for Right and Wrong?

Which of the ten commandments sets the tone for right and wrong? None of the other commandments make sense without this one.

What Makes the Ten Commandments Relevant Today?

The Ten Commandments have guided human morality throughout the history of the world. Here's why the 10 commandments are still relevant today.

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Dr. Thema Bryant Bridges Trauma Healing and the Church

New American Psychological Association president, Dr. Thema Bryant, helps break Christian stigmas around therapy.

Better Than Top Coat: The Blood of Jesus Covers and Protects

The blood of Jesus Christ provides the ultimate "top coat" protection for the body of Christ. Never forget the benefits of the blood.

5 Ways to Keep the Diet Culture from Damaging Your Identity in Christ

Has society's diet culture shifted our focus from our identity in Christ? Here's how to know who you are no matter your weight, size, or figure.

Christian Living is a Team Sport, Don’t Go At It Alone

Christian living is a "we" thing, not a "me" thing. Learn how our faith walk gets better when we do it together versus in isolation.
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