The Tribulum

Throughout the Mediterranean world archaeologists have discovered many examples of a farming implement called a tribulum, which was a sort of sled with sharp flint or stones embedded on its underside. As it was dragged over harvested wheat, its sharp stones rubbed the seed from the pods and chopped the

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Real Hope!

Today, more and more people are finding themselves alone and depressed. The good news is that help is available, not the kind the world has, wherein it wishes for the best. It is one thing to wish, and quite another to have hope based on the promises of God. Our

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Train up a child

At IBCZ we set a high priority on teaching the children and this Sunday we are having our official Sunday School reopening and Annual Church BBQ. Classes begin on Sunday and there will be graded classes for different age groups, including teenagers. Although we believe Sunday School is of vital

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