Category Archives: Faith and Practice

Prayer Changes Things

One shouldn’t expect someone who denies the knowledge of a real and personal God to uphold the power of prayer…  As intellectual as Tyson is, he is blinded by the veil of sin in this world (2 Cor 3:14),  but ever the ultracrepidarian, he boasts of that of which he cannot know.  Continue reading

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The Idolatry of Relationships

The way we celebrate Valentine’s Day betrays our idolatry of relationships.  Continue reading

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Strength for the Journey

I like to look for parables of God’s kingdom in the world around me; elements of eternal truths being lived out in temporal ways. If you watch carefully, you can see this happening all the time. This plays a big … Continue reading

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A Parable on Evangelism

That every disciple of Christ may live and speak in a way that leads others to know and love the Lord. Continue reading

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False Assumptions

The whole fallacy is to think that our Lord must accommodate Himself to us and not we to Him. Oh, the blasphemy of it all! Continue reading

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A Labor of Love

Devotion is a joy-filled, Christ-centered love for God and for the blessings known in sweet communion with Him. Continue reading

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The Christmas Story – Revisited

A retelling of the Christmas Story by Garrison Keillor. Continue reading

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