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Standing for Heroes fallen

On the morning of September 11th 2001, as I watched the news, I was filled with gut wrenching shock and a sense of surreal-ness followed by great rage & anger, as I watched helpless victims choose to fall to their … Continue reading

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“God doesn’t have hit men”

  One June 11th an ISIS terrorist killed 39 people in the Pulse Night Club on Orlando, FL. The Pulse is a gay bar, frequented and filled mostly with homosexuals. The terrorist in one of his 911 calls during the … Continue reading

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Don’t Play It Safe

There’s a new American Idol and it isn’t on TV. This new idol is so powerful & pervasive it dominates our decisions & determines our directions. People who are paralyzed by it see their dreams discarded, their faith diminished, their … Continue reading

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Peace on Earth

During the Civil War Henry Longfellow wrote the following poem:  “I heard the bells on Christmas Day. Their old familiar carols play, both wild and sweet, the words repeat of peace on earth, good-will to men! But in despair I … Continue reading

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Better Than the Bible?

Have you ever heard of the golden rule? It’s a moral precept promoted in one form or another by nearly every religion. In the Christian version, Jesus urges His disciples to “do unto others as you would have them do … Continue reading

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Silent Speech

Following Jesus has its share of challenges. The Lord may call you to give when you’re nervous about your bank account. Or, He may direct you to show kindness to a bully. You may gripe, but at least you get … Continue reading

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Ministry Tips From a Shirt

About a month ago, I came across the image that you see at the top of the page. Drawn by Roman Nurik, a designer who works for Google in New York, it wasn’t his first attempt; he’d drawn two prior … Continue reading

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