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Wee Little Man

We’re told that Donald Trump is a “baby Christian” and that we should not judge him. A person needn’t have a particular understanding of “Christianese” nor must they attain some sort of religious performance before I’ll acknowledge them as a

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Posted in Politics, Religion

Hell? No!

I’ve had several conversations with atheists and agnostics regarding the existence of the God of the Bible. After all is said and very little done, their objections almost always come down to disbelief in a character who would create moral

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Posted in Atheism, Bible, Church, Outreach, Religion, Theology

Strategic Planning

I just reblogged a post on Islamophobia.  I agree with the facts related in the post and with the contention that many people fail to call out the misdeeds of Muslims out of fear of backlash or worse.  However, I

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Posted in Anthropology, Atheism, Autobiography, Bible, Church, Outreach, Rationalism, Religion, Sermons, Spirituality, Theology

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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Posted in Bible, Family, Marriage, Religion, Self help, Sermons, Spirituality


In Bill Hybels’ book, Just Walk Across the Room, he challenges his readers to write out their faith story in 100 words or less.  Here is my 105-word attempt: As a young person I dreamed of growing up to become

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Posted in Autobiography, Bible, Outreach, Religion, Self help, Spirituality

Resolution in Conflict

Conflict need never hinder the progress of the gospel.  This message unpacks the way the early church dealt with three types of conflict in three different ways all with the same result. Resolution in Conflict

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Posted in Bible, Church, Outreach, Religion, Self help, Sermons, Spirituality, Theology

One Rule

When discussing morality and ethics, atheists are wont to say that they are actually more moral than theists because they do what is right because it is right, not out of fear of punishment or hope for a reward. While

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