Monthly Archives: October 2012

Balance…a misnomer

A by-word that is often used in ministry and Christian circles is the term “balance”.  I think this term has gotten much traction because many people have seen the harm of imbalances in portraying Christ, the Christian community, and the … Continue reading

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What I’m Reading

One of the elements of the spring and summer that I loathe is the lack of time I can dedicate to reading.  Fall and winter bring a refreshing change to the schedule.  This fall, I’ve been reading a couple of … Continue reading

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Dear Christian: Don’t talk to me like that

*Praying is an activity throughout our Bibles, done both by unbelievers and believers to both Jehovah God, and to the multitude of false gods presented in both the Old and New Testaments.  This is something that cannot be overlooked.  Unregenerate … Continue reading

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The Authority of God

I watched in horror the debates last night on a multitude of channels.  Generally speaking, especially in the framework of our church worship and prayer, I exclude political discussion and banter from the agenda of our services. (Dave Doran explicitly … Continue reading

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