Tag Archives: God first loved us

Homosexuality and the Church

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

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Do We Know What It Says?

Are we reading the Bible for ourselves? Do we know what it says? Or do we just know what the pastors, teachers, and Bible study leaders tell us it says? Don’t get me wrong, these people can be a wonderful … Continue reading

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Will You Explore the Truth of the Empty Tomb or Spread the Lie?

Jesus’s existence is not often debated. The fact that He was crucified by the Romans is also not usually a topic of debate. What is commonly debated though is whether or not Jesus was/is the Son of God and if … Continue reading

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Weary and Scattered?

We don’t really want to be seen for who and what we really are, but unless we are seen we will never truly know love, acceptance, and hope. Mat 9:36 “But when He saw the multitudes, He was moved with … Continue reading

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What I Do When I’m Not Blogging

As some of you may have noticed, I did not post on October 7th or Oct 14th, and I will not be posting Oct 21st or Oct 28th, which is unusual for me since normal I post every Monday. So … Continue reading

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Helping God’s Way

Have you ever been helping someone and really wished you could make them make the right decisions? Helping people is a messy business, because unlike working with items or technology, where you can count on them staying in place or … Continue reading

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Why do we care about others?

This is a post from several year ago that bears repeating, particularly in light of last weeks post. Why do we care? Its a simple question, and yet nothing about caring is simple. We care for reasons we cannot even … Continue reading

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A Memorial to Live

John 15:13 “Greater love has no one than this, than to lay down one’s life for his friends.” This Memorial Day my hope is that we would more than just remember veterans. My desire is that we would honor the … Continue reading

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Wholly Loved!

In a TED talk I recently heard, entitled “Managing A Narcissist,” Ann Barnes the speaker gave some startling statistics. In the millennial generation 70% of people exhibit narcissism. Narcissism is basically an individual’s attitude or mindset that they are incredibly … Continue reading

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Why Christians Should Love Themselves

As a Christian do you love yourself? Why or why not? Maybe this feels like a strange question to ask yourself, but actually it’s an important question to ask. “Do I love myself?” Whether or not we are able to … Continue reading

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