Category Archives: Proper Perspective

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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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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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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Identifying With Christ

‘Identify’ is a trendy word in our culture. Biological men want to ‘identify’ as women. Biological women want to ‘identify’ as men. Men and women have dressed up as animals in order to ‘identify’ themselves as that animal and try … Continue reading

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Wisdom Knowledge and Fools

Most people think that wisdom and knowledge are the same thing but actually they are two different sides of the same coin. Knowledge is nothing but the facts known by a person whereas wisdom is the combination of experience and … Continue reading

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Spiritual Grease

Air tarnishes silver just like the world tarnishes our life. Silver tarnishes slowly and it is not always recognizable right away unless you examine it quite closely. It is the same with our life. It may look acceptable day to … Continue reading

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God Holes

I toured a museum that had historical artifacts from all over the world. It was amazing how many of these artifacts were idols and carvings made by hand. Some were stone or clay. Some were wood. Some were metal. The … Continue reading

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