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- Homosexuality and the Church
- Why We Fight! Happy Memorial Day!
- God Made a Response to Bad Things Happening
- Do We Have a Means to Start Over?
- Answering the Need of Truly Asking the Question
- Do We Know What It Says?
- How Seriously Do We Take It?
- Will You Explore the Truth of the Empty Tomb or Spread the Lie?
- What He Did After His Triumphant Entrance
- Evaluating Our Priorities
- Finding Peace in a World of Fear
- Where are we now, and what are we going to do about it?
- What Unconditional Love Is and Isn’t
- The Struggle of Evolution vs Christianity
- My New Book-The Tournament’s Price
- Keep Keeping On
- Weary and Scattered?
- Why is God’s Discipline So Hard to Figure Out?
- What Does It Mean to Shepherd the Flock?
- What If as a Christian We’re Not Always Called to be Nice?
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I have no say over the adds on this site. I am told, they change each time you pull up the page. So, exiting and reentering might help. If you are a concerned parent, I would ask you, before your child gets on, to be my eyes and open and check to confirm the adds are not inappropriate. Thank you.
Worldview DefinitionWorldview: as defined by The Free Dictionary 1. The overall perspective from which one sees and interprets the world. 2. A collection of beliefs about life and the universe held by an individual or a group.
The 4 Killer QuestionsWhat do you mean by that? How do you know that's true? What difference does it make? What if you are wrong?
Tag Archives: Discerning Love
I have a friend from the LGBT community. She and I have been friends for twenty years, and though we disagree on so many things we have kept a strong friendship and taught each other many things. For instance she … Continue reading
Yes, the heart of Christianity is love, but what many people fail to realize is that unconditional love is not what Christianity is. Rather love is one characteristic of who Christ Jesus is. Before addressing this concept let me point … Continue reading
First, we need to ask, “What is discipline?” Because there are actually two different definitions to this seemingly simple word, which I think is often why we, as Christians, can tend to misuse and misunderstand this word. What is discipline? … Continue reading
Have you ever sent someone an invitation, request, or question and gotten no response but instead simply been left hanging? In the age of easy social media, instant e-mail, and phone messaging, one might think responding would be more likely … Continue reading
I can’t count the number of times I’ve walked away from encounters with church goers or even more specifically church leaders and thought to myself, “If they were the only representative of God I had, I would ditch God and … Continue reading
When we think of love, we don’t always think about what motivates love. In fact most of the time our assumption about love is that it is the motivator, but this is not always true. Love can be motivated by … Continue reading
When dealing with authority, which has veered from a justice course and no longer rightly serving the purpose for which its position of authority was established, I have observed there are three types of people and responses. The three types … Continue reading
Have you ever talked with someone who thinks they know a person you know and they make a comment like, “I don’t think that person cares about that kind of thing.” And you get to say, “They totally care about … Continue reading
Today in the United States is Memorial Day—a day we pause to remember and honor the sacrifice of all those who’ve died serving in our country’s armed forces. We cherish life dearly, so why honor those who have died? It’s … Continue reading