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Story of a Dad

December 3, 2013 3:15 am Published by 3 Comments

  This city was like most others, encompassing both good and the evil. In the case of this particular city, the good was very good. He was the owner of the Alpha Omega Security Agency. It had been in business for ages. Not one of his clients had ever suffered loss while he was working on their behalf. As a result, he was quite wealthy and had many trained security professionals working for him. Though he has many names in ... View Article »


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God’s Favorite Temple

July 16, 2013 2:32 pm Published by 3 Comments

When one looks at the ruins of ancient Greece, Rome, or Egypt, the buildings that remain are the best structures – the ones that have stood the test of time. Many of these were temples built for a god to inhabit. Man has always wanted to be in close proximity to the divine. The best of mankind’s skills through the ages went into the building of these edifices. Even in the Christian age the best in art and architecture went ... View Article »


Malachi And The Tears Of Our Forefathers

August 9, 2012 8:30 am Published by Comments Off on Malachi And The Tears Of Our Forefathers

by Carl Diener (A personal letter written to Wayne C. Anderson from Carl Diener) I can’t be with you for the conference at Vero Beach, Florida, this coming August, but my heart will be with you all there. It is already there in a sense. I couldn’t sleep tonight; the words kept coming to me, “For our posterity”. Ok, so hang with it; I know where this is going. I am not going to get any sleep tonight until I ... View Article »


The Finger Of God In Upstate New York

October 3, 2011 8:54 pm Published by Comments Off on The Finger Of God In Upstate New York

by Carl Diener I have been pondering the coming “Harvest Reign” Conference that is being hosted by Pastor Charity Gustke and New Heart Ministries, just outside of Syracuse, New York. The reason for my contemplation about this conference has a lot to do with its geographical location as well as its theme. It all has sparked a very critical and passionate memory in me that I would love to share with you. Twenty years ago, I was working for the ... View Article »