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Pusher

I just came back from a meeting with my daughter and two of her friends.  They attend a charter school in the area.  I’ve been challenging and equipping them to reach their fellow students with the gospel.  Today they kind

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Posted in Anthropology, Autobiography, Church, Family, Friendship, Outreach, Parenting, Religion, Spirituality

Lay Up for Yourselves!

The apostle Paul said that the love of money is the root of all kinds of evil.  Perhaps you consider that statement to be naive.  I once saw a 20/20 special where John Stossel convincingly made the case that greed drives innovation

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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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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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My Two Masters Part One

I’ll admit it: The movie, “Karate Kid” has to some degree defined me as a person.  I’m not talking about the nepotistically-produced, pathetic excuse for a remake.  I mean the gloriously cheesy, deliciously predictable original.  I grew up without a

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What kind of God is this?

    Q- What kind of God would demand that a person offer their son as a burnt offering? A- The only one. Easter Sermon 2012

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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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