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What Works

One of the elders of our church used to work for Social Security.  The other day he told me about how Social Security absorbed the administration of state-run disability benefits.  To streamline the process, they sought to automate the system through the use of computers.  An

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Becoming One

Marriage seems so basic to human life and yet it can be so difficult and confusing.  Why is that?  How can we make it work?  Click the picture to hear my latest lesson on reclaiming God’s original intention for marriage.

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Time Management Jesus Style

For anyone who’s tired of spinning plates, Jesus will give you effortless productivity – AKA rest. Time Management

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Starbucks Appreciation Day

I cannot endorse homosexual marriage.  Sometimes I wish I could.  I don’t want to come across as bigoted or intolerant.  I don’t want to erect unnecessary hurdles to people coming to faith in Christ.  I don’t believe that anyone woke

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Providence and the Art of Camel Care

Here is my talk from Sunday.  Listen if only because it has a cool name.  It answers a lot of questions people ask about God and it may even be biblical!  Providence and the Art of Camel Care

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Poker Face

“Something’s wrong with me?”, Jamie, my wife, said over the phone.  “I can’t straighten my legs.  What am I going to do?” What was she going to do?  What was I going to do?  I was out on my route. 

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Less Debating; More Discipling

Originally posted on Thinking & Driving:
Let he who is without sin cast the first stone.  John 8:7 Like many of the Evangelical Political issues that have overtaken the presidential elections this year, the debate over contraception coverage in the…

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