Tag Archives: cross-centered life

From My Heart: The Centrality of God

Is God your God?  Perhaps, there is no greater practical question believers must ask themselves every day, as we go about our lives.  In our Sunday School class at North Country, we began a series on the book of Judges, … Continue reading

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For or Against?

Provocative questions usually lead to at minimum thought, but usually an emotional “pendulum swinging” reaction.  I was reminded of this by a brother/pastor who brought up such a provocative question in David Kinnaman’s book: “UnChristian”. (ironically, this same topic was … Continue reading

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Homosexuality, Christians, and a Lesson that Must Be Learned

“Sorry ladies, he’s not available”.  An apology to all the 30 and 40 something women that had hoped that they could land him. TV News heart throb, Anderson Cooper, has ‘come out’.  It has garnered much interest that yesterday, TV … Continue reading

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The Undeserving David pt 1

The following is adapted from this last Sunday’s message in the morning service entitled “Going Back to the Cross” from Galatians 6:14.  This text in II Samuel has weighed heavily on my mind, and I hope this will be challenging … Continue reading

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