Monthly Archives: December 2019

Disunity in American Christianity

Woke you up with this picture didn’t I? I can assure you I do not wear this hat or own one. I only have it shown here to grab your attention and get either your heart beating faster or get … Continue reading

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Surrendered Heart

My son, give me your heart, and let your eyes observe my ways. (Proverbs 23:26 NKJV) I grew up in a Catholic Church with a Catholic School education. There was no doubt that I believed in the Triune God. But, … Continue reading

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Christian Swag and Lingo

Not wanting to step on anyone’s toes, but I must be truthful about something that upsets me, whether I see or hear it in myself or in my fellow Christians. Let’s have a laugh first so you see where I … Continue reading

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Service or Celebration?

When most churches come together on Sunday mornings, congregants will sit in their pews as attendees to singing, praying, offering, announcements, preaching, and communion. If that describes your church, then what you mostly do is a ‘celebration’ of the Lord’s … Continue reading

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You Are Not Yours

On one hand, what I write stands as a reminder to Christians. But more importantly, it serves as a warning to non-Christians and a wakeup call to those teetering on the edge of becoming a Christian. But God said to … Continue reading

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Complaints and Unity

Legitimate complaints, if handled properly with fairness and tact, are a vital part of church unity and growth. Honestly, I do not like the word ‘complaint’ because it conjures up a whole truck load of bad feelings. I would rather … Continue reading

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Abundant Life and Practicing Real Love

I really enjoy the painting of the prairie dogs with outstretched paws because it reminds me that as Christians, we are to possess ‘the abundant life where we are to be bold and free before God, able to stretch out … Continue reading

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God of Separation

Did I catch your attention with the title of this article? I must apologize for not being more theologically in-line with my wording. Hopefully nobody will equate ‘separation’ with ‘divisiveness’, which couldn’t be farther from the truth. This article should … Continue reading

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