A Slice of Infinity
"A Slice of Infinity" is aimed at reaching into the culture with words of challenge, truth, and hope. So often we're presented with rather disconcerting options when dealing with matters of great importance such as truth, good and evil, and the meaning of life. Many people today find themselves wanting something to hold onto, but do not know who or what to believe. We understand the confusion and cynicism that are so much a part of our world, and recognize the longings of the human heart. By stirring the imagination and engaging the mind, we want to share the beauty and truthfulness of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. "A Slice of Infinity" is essentially our gift and invitation to you, that you might further examine your beliefs, your culture, and the unique message of Jesus Christ.
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Above the massive statue of Abraham Lincoln in Washington D.C. is the inscription: “In this Temple, as in the hearts....
- Jill Carattini | - April 13, 2016
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- Margaret Manning | - April 12, 2016
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- Jill Carattini | - April 11, 2016
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- Jill Carattini | - April 8, 2016
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- Danielle DuRant | - April 7, 2016
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- Jill Carattini | - April 6, 2016
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- Margaret Manning | - April 5, 2016
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- Jill Carattini | - April 4, 2016
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- Jill Carattini | - April 1, 2016
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- Ravi Zacharias | - March 31, 2016
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