Monthly Archives: November 2011

Have you found Jesus?

An earnest plea not to lose sight of Christ this Christmas. Continue reading

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Blessedness is…

How would you describe a blessed and happy life today? How does that compare with what Jesus described as a truly blessed life? Click here to read more… Continue reading

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Meet the new Sin, same as the old.

Jonathan Edwards, Bundling, and the Demise of Modern Morality Continue reading

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A Knowable Truth

There is truth, it is knowable. We do not define the truth, it defines us. The truth of God is not subject to our interpretation, it is not relative to our point of view, it is objectively true, unchanging, and powerful. Continue reading

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“Cat-Herding” & “Whack-A-Mole” Ministry

Though not standard job titles, I think they describe well some of the duties of pastoral ministry. They might even apply to your life as well. Read on! Continue reading

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