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Rev. Mark Creech
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Rev. Mark Creech
       Rev. Mark H. Creech ( is the executive director of the Christian Action League of North Carolina, Inc.

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Latest columns by Rev. Mark Creech
» Wanted: More Ministers Like Vincent Fields
       Not since Joe Wright's prayer in 1996 before the Kansas House in Topeka, where the faithful pastor confessed America had "inverted values" and listed them by name, has there been a more powerful prayer offered before lawmakers. Last week, V... read more
    January 15, 2007
» He Bought Up the Records
       Not many people are aware of it, and others may have forgotten about it, but my mother had a distinguished country music singing career back in the late 1960s and the early 1970s. Two of her records did very well; her country rendition of "The N... read more
    December 13, 2006
    Christian Living
» Who Shall Care for the Nation's Soul
       In his book, Vital Truth: Christian Citizenship, Jeffrey L. Myers says he once heard of a church that was so removed from the political process that its members thought it was against God's will to vote. He notes: "Concerned that a corrupt polit... read more
    November 10, 2006
    Christian Living
» Visiting An 'Old-fashioned Woodshed'
       According to a recent article in USA Today, there is one thing the nation's most successful CEOs have in common -- they received their share of spankings as children. Although the article stated that "[m]ost CEOs believed spankings played little... read more
    October 19, 2006
    Christian Living
» The Role of Faith in Conservative American Politics
       Churches of the late Middle Ages are well known for embodying a Christian worldview in their architecture. No where is this better demonstrated than in the Gothic Cathedral at Chartes, France. This cathedral, which was built during the 12th century, ... read more
    October 5, 2006
» Real Hope for Stem-Cell Research
       Stem-cell research has been a hot-button issue for some time now. To the chagrin of pro-lifers, high-profile Hollywood celebrities have lobbied for an increase in taxpayer-funded destructive embryonic stem-cell research. Even former first lady Nancy ... read more
    September 8, 2006
    Social Issues
» Alcohol and the Mel Gibson Saga
       Much has been said of late about the Mel Gibson saga, but little has been mentioned about the way the event pertained to beverage alcohol. James B. Butler, executive director for the California Council on Alcohol Problems, has said: "Mel Gibson ... read more
    August 23, 2006
    Social Issues
» North Carolina Judge Lowers Great Moral Standard
       A sheriff's dispatcher in Pender County, North Carolina, Deborah Hobbs was living with her boyfriend when Sheriff Carson Smith ordered her to marry, move out, or give up her employment. Hobbs decided to quit. Incensed, she said in a statement: "... read more
    July 26, 2006
    Social Issues
» Out-of-Bounds Campus Drinking
       In his book Dying to Drink, Henry Wechsler, director of the Harvard School of Public Health College Alcohol Study, quoted a law school student: "In the university, we have entire generations that are learning to consume alcohol in an institution... read more
    July 7, 2006
    Social Issues
» A Father's Influence Extends to Generations
       Abraham had gone to Egypt because of a famine. His wife Sarah was a stunningly attractive woman and Abraham was deeply concerned someone might attempt to kill him to obtain her. So he instructed Sarah to say she was his sister. It was a half-truth be... read more
    June 17, 2006
    Christian Living
» 'Lost' Spells Tragedy
       According to Reuters, 11 West Africans were found mummified on a yacht that authorities believe may have been drifting for months. On board their dead bodies lay like raisins in the sun. It appears they had been cut loose by another ship, lost in a c... read more
    June 9, 2006
    Christian Living
» Perhaps a Better Prayer
       Thursday, May 11, Senate Chaplain Mike Morris delivered the following prayer before the guests and members of the North Carolina Senate: "This morning we offer thanks, O God, for the unexpected blessing of a $2 billion surplus in the State Treas... read more
    May 24, 2006
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