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Christianity Magazine: April, 1988: Like the Common Cold
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Christianity Magazine: April, 1988: Like the Common Cold

Christianity Magazine 1988

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Overview

Christianity Magazine provides scriptural, practical, resonant, and inspiring articles that will build faith and hope. Along with its regular monthly columns, each issue spotlights a different theme and features a variety of voices from trusted Christian leaders.

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Key Features

  • Includes practical insight into living a whole and God-centered life
  • Offers clear and thought provoking pieces that fully engage the reader in their themes.
  • Encourages daily living for Christ

Contents

  • “Acceptable Worship” by Doug Barlar
  • “Sermon in Song” by Morris D. Norman
  • “Envy and Jealousy: The Competitive Spirit” by Bob F. Owen
  • “Shyness: When Do I Speak Up?” by Dempsey Collins
  • “Spiritual Laziness: How Do I Light the Fire?” by Monte Hampton
  • “Reading Bible Stories” by Cherry Trimble
  • “Members of One Another” by Jay Bowman
  • “God Lives!” by Mike O’Neal
  • “Front Lines” by Dee Bowman
  • “Missing the Scriptures” by Paul Earnhart
  • “Hallmarks” by Sewell Hall
  • “Past, Present, and Perfect” by Ed Harrell
  • and much more!

Product Details

  • Title: Christianity Magazine: April, 1988: Like the Common Cold
  • Editor: Dee Bowman
  • Publication Date: 1988
  • Pages: 32

About Dee Bowman

Dee Bowman was born in Estelline, Texas, in 1934, Dee began his career at 16 working as a janitor at a local radio station. When the sportscaster was sick, Dee read the sports news and a career in broadcasting was launched. Over 20 years later, he left the airwaves and began full-time work in 1971 with a church in Lubbock. Five years later, he and his family moved to Deer Park, Texas, to serve the Southside Church of Christ as an evangelist. During his association with Southside, Bowman developed a structured two-year program for young men who wanted a Paul-Timothy relationship to hone their ability to preach. The Florida College courses offered the opportunity to put the Bowman program into an academic setting. During his 14-year tenure at Florida College, his approach has been received enthusiastically. Bowman holds a degree in communications from the University of Alabama. He continues each year to hold gospel meetings with churches throughout the US.