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The Bad, the Good, & the Best

Christianity is full of celebrities today. Their mansions, private jets, flashy cars, personal attendants and exorbitant incomes easily match those of Hollywood film stars. They are the idols of countless followers who watch them on TV and send them their … Continue reading

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Childlike or Childish?

My grandson is one year old and, for the record, the best looking, cutest, most intelligent, and sweetest little guy ever born. Ok, now that I’ve got thousands of parents and grandparents who are ready to back up their disagreement … Continue reading

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Vision & Passion

A few days ago I met with a couple of Christian entrepreneurs whose goal at the moment was to convince me to become a part of what they were doing. It was quite obvious they were devoted to their cause … Continue reading

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Vengeance

A conservative on-line news magazine “supporting Judeo Christian values” somehow got my email address. Occasionally I’ll open the email as I did yesterday when the headline story looks intriguing. This one was about a woman in Mexico who met her … Continue reading

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Spiritual Nature

Young people are taught astral projection and communication with the dead. The spirit of Old Testament prophets channels through itinerant “spiritual giants” with unique anointings. A group of people repeat a single mantra for two hours. Sound like something out … Continue reading

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Dedicated Sacrifice

A wealthy Christian man decided to devote all his energies and efforts into reaching the poor in several undeveloped nations. He spent years in language school learning to speak the dialect of the four most impoverished countries on earth. But … Continue reading

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Father’s Eyes

During the years that I led an IC, I mentally placed people in categories according to their gifts, callings and commitment level. My list began with those who I perceived to have Ephesians 4 “callings.” Next were those who could … Continue reading

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Information Overload

I love watching old westerns. Even cheesy serials like Bonanza and The Big Valley keep me interested. Part of the reason must be the fact that I grew up in an area where the “Old West” was still alive and … Continue reading

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Misplaced Loyalty

“Nothing displeases or revolts us more than New Testament Christianity when it is properly proclaimed. It can neither win millions of Christians, nor bring revenues and earthly profits.” “In the depths of our hearts, Christianity has always been a mortal … Continue reading

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Discipleship & Commitment

There’s much being said today about commitment. Commitment to prayer, to reading the word, to fellowship, to service, to evangelism and whatever else is deemed important to spiritual growth and productivity. Back when I was running an institution and managing … Continue reading

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