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DelMarVa Christian Fellowship

The Church with a heart for the Delmarva Peninsula DelMarVa Christian Fellowship is an independent Bible believing church. We place a strong emphasis on preaching the Word of God, youth work, and the proclamation of the Gospel both locally and internationally. Fundamentally  speaking,… Continue Reading →

Revival – Is It Possible

God, Our Refuge

God, Our Refuge! The Book of Psalms

The CDC

Looks like “CDC” is becoming another problem that we must deal with, if not wise and circumspect. The last thing we need is another issue that will potentially divide Christians. What is the looming issue? CDC – Corona Dividing Christians… Continue Reading →

New Book

New Ebook: Facebook link

Long Life – Guaranteed

Exodus 20:12 “Honour thy father and thy mother: that thy days may be long upon the land which the Lord thy God giveth thee.“ Deuteronomy 5:16 “Honour thy father and thy mother, as the Lord thy God hath commanded thee;… Continue Reading →

Divorce and Christian Service

Well, if you are local Independent Fundamental Baptist, the title of this post may have caught your attention.  This issue has burned in me for many years and I will share several posts about what I have learned from God’s… Continue Reading →

ASAP

-This is not my poem and I have no info on the author- There’s work to do, deadlines to meet; You’ve got no time to spare, But as you hurry and scurry- ASAP – ALWAYS SAY A PRAYER  In the… Continue Reading →

Your History

Your History Your history is yours and belongs to no other Its beginning is begotten of your father and mother The path that ensues from your first step Will be a long journey with burdens and rest To write your… Continue Reading →

Dads and Fathers

To Be A Father Any man can be a father And have his children many. But to be a dad, one would say, He must have love aplenty. Any man can be a father And say those kids are mine…. Continue Reading →

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