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There is still time to help and inspire us by making a “tax deductible donation in 2018.”

There is still time to make a “tax deductible donation in 2018.” Your consideration and donation are very much appreciated -- and urgently needed.
Every donation lets us know that someone benefits from our efforts. That is what makes all of the time we put into this work worthwhile. This is more important than the amount of the donation. So please take a moment to simply make a donation of any amount – every donation inspires and encourages us to keep on going. We are human too and appreciate knowing that you cared enough to help.
To donate click on -- http://www.biblicalheritage.org/donate.html
Thank You and May Your be Blessed with Happiness and Health in 2019.

There is still time to help BHC by making a “tax deductible donation in 2018.”

There is still time to help BHC by making a “tax deductible donation in 2018.” Your donation will help fund all of the things the Biblical Heritage Center distributes in print and online – website, blogs, Facebook and Twitter – plus all of The Real Yeshua Project’s information. Your donation is appreciated and will help. http://www.biblicalheritage.org/donate.html

The Little Shoes that Changed My Life!

My name is Jim Myers. It was close to the end of 1990, a few months after my first grandson was born, I was sitting in my study flipping through a magazine when the picture above appeared.  My eyes immediately locked on the soles of two little shoes -- on the feet of a dead child laying between two adults which I assumed were its parents.  
As I looked at those little shoes, I wondered if that the little child had a grandfather somewhere and if he cared as much for him as I did about my grandson. As I read the story and pondered how that could have happened to that little child, one question popped into my mind. Read the complete story at -- http://www.biblicalheritage.org/the-little-shoes.html

Which god?

The “G-word” is everywhere today. People from very different religions, no religions, and atheists use it every day – as if they are all talking about the same god. Even people that self-identify with the same religion aren’t always talking about the same god. How important is it for us to know which god we are talking about? Read the complete blog at -- https://lives1st.blogspot.com/2018/12/which-god.html