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Two Faced God & Double Minded Christians

Yesterday I spoke on the power of forgiveness at the business network group I joined over a year ago. Members of the group include those who embrace New Age philosophy, Wicca, those with no religious leaning and several Christians. The … Continue reading

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Bible “Knowledge” vs Jesus

A few good friends and I were chatting on line the other day about the plague of false teaching spreading rapidly in certain sectors of Christianity. It seems that some well known church leaders are teaching hyper Calvinism and other … Continue reading

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Today’s Priority

Today a friend I’ve known for 37 years has gone home to be with Father after a long battle with cancer. Everyone that knew Pam will miss her. She had a heart of compassion, gladly served others and had an … Continue reading

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Love Teacher

As I was chatting with a couple baby boomer friends the other day it occurred to me that the older I get, the less I have to say. So much I thought I knew when I was younger and viewing … Continue reading

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Extreme Grace

In the last few months I’ve spent a lot of time developing relationships with people who don’t have a personal relationship with Christ. One of the compelling characteristics I’ve observed in many of them is their eagerness to serve others. … Continue reading

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The Topic of Grace

You would think the topic of grace, God’s grace would be a simple subject to understand. But I think I figured out why it perplexes many believers, especially the ones that have spent a great deal of time in the institutional church. Continue reading

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Changed or Exchanged?

A friend passed on the following quote by Brennan Manning: “Anyone God uses in a significant way is always deeply wounded….. On the last day, Jesus will look us over not for medals, diplomas, or honors, but for scars….” This … Continue reading

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A Voice in the Dark

I wrote a week ago about walking in the dark. Seasons where I don’t seem to hear much from Father and feel rather unproductive and clueless regarding the future tend to visit on a regular cycle of some kind. But … Continue reading

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Burying the Dead

Leaders Afraid Church of England May be Dead in 20 Years by Tim Ross, The London Telegraph YORK, UK – The Church of England will cease to exist in 20 years as the current generation of elderly worshippers dies, Anglican … Continue reading

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Declaration of Interdependence

Recently a good friend I’ve known for 35 years told me that I’ve been independent and self reliant for as long as he’s known me. He said that I’ve never really needed anyone. I was stunned and a bit irritated. … Continue reading

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