Posts by Noah Icenhour

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3 PRECIOUS PROMISES FROM JESUS TO YOU

by Noah Icenhour

    Isn’t it such a blessing to be a Christian? There are so many wonderful blessings to be part of Christ’s body. The reason being a member of the church is such a blessing is because of Jesus Christ and his impact on each on of us. In this brief article, I want to mention three […]

    “In Christ”

    by Noah Icenhour

      An Article by Kyle Butt of Apologetics Press Original article can be found by going to this link http://apologeticspress.org/APContent.aspx?category=11&article=1982 Very little debate exists regarding what has the power to forgive sins. The Bible is abundantly clear that the blood of Christ maintains that singular quality. The apostle Paul wrote: “In Him (Christ—KB) we have redemption […]

      4 THINGS CHRISTIANS SHOULD DO WHEN TRAGEDIES OCCUR

      by Noah Icenhour

        Wes McAdams When a crazed gunman shoots children at an elementary school, protestors are rioting in the streets, a hurricane destroys a city, or terrorists detonate bombs and shoot innocent people, people are quick to take to social media. The things they post range from sympathetic to absurdly inappropriate. If you will allow me, I would like […]

        THREE REASONS TO REJOICE EVERYDAY

        by Noah Icenhour

          If you are a Christian, then you have at least three reasons you can always rejoice. Paul said in Philippians 4:4, “Rejoice in the Lord always; again I will say, rejoice.”  Will there be times where our earthly circumstances are less than ideal? Yes. Will there be times where we feel down? Absolutely. Yet there […]

          HOW TO STAY SANE IN AN INSANE WORLD

          by Noah Icenhour

            Stress. Worry. Anxiety.  Three words that plague the lives of many Americans today. In fact, in recent years, the anxiety of Americans has only seemed to get worse. A condition called social anxiety has developed in many. This certainly has to do with worrying about being in a social setting and feeling uncomfortable, but it […]

            INDEPENDENCE

            by Noah Icenhour

              The Fourth of July—a beautiful day full of food, fun, and fireworks. It is a day that the United States of America celebrates its independence as a free nation. We are not alone in this celebration. Nations all over the world celebrate their independence and establishment of their nations.  The fact is everyone desires independence […]

              GOD IS A STORY TELLER

              by Noah Icenhour

                The Bible is a collection of story books that were written over a period on 1500 years by over forty different writers. Each book is filled with stories about various people through history and how they fit in to the overall theme of the Bible: God’s redemption of mankind. The Bible is a collection of […]

                THE MARRIAGE COMMITMENT

                by Noah Icenhour

                  It is show time! After months of planning Cassidy and I’s wedding is finally here! We had a lot of fun times dating, but we also spent a significant amount time in serious discussion about our relationship and our commitment to one another. This Saturday at 2:00, we will be actualizing that commitment to one […]

                  AUTHENTIC CHRISTIANITY

                  by Noah Icenhour

                    Today I have a very simple thought for you: Be an authentic, genuine, and real Christian.  In our teen class we have been studying the epistle of James. It is not very long, but it is very powerful. James is writing to those in the early church who were facing “various trials.” In the middle […]

                    STOP TALKING AND START DOING: WHAT I NOTICED WHEN I READ JAMES

                    by Noah Icenhour

                      Wes McAdams Link to original post: https://radicallychristian.com/stop-talking-and-start-doing-what-i-noticed-when-i-read-james?fbclid=IwAR34Ei59NxauF9pxmPTKic78Jph2ht0eUMA6l0wgp2s–srygqSsvTEcNqE The book of James might be one of the easiest books for Christians to understand, regardless of time and culture. It deals with the sort of issues and behaviors that are common to religious people of every era, and there is really no misunderstanding what James is telling his […]