Ravi Zacharias on Homosexuality; Narnian Living; Knockout Game; Cricket Singing; Wind Maps; and much moreginal

Weekend Links We just had two firsts. Our first ever Thanksgiving with no family and the first time I cooked the Thanksgiving Day meal. I am happy to report that Stephnie and I survived both events. As the children age, marry, move on we find ourselves in a new phase of life. We miss them … More Ravi Zacharias on Homosexuality; Narnian Living; Knockout Game; Cricket Singing; Wind Maps; and much moreginal

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When Doubt is Sin: A Thanksgiving Eve Meditation

Wednesday is for Prayer All around the country, pastors and church leaders are thinking through and preparing their Christmas season of messages as others are preparing for Thanksgiving. My message this week is on the birth announcement of the angel Gabriel to Zachariah that he and Elizabeth’s late-born, miracle child was going to figure prominently … More When Doubt is Sin: A Thanksgiving Eve Meditation

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Homeschoolers Better Socialized; Pedophile Rights?!; Hunger Games Warnings; The Creep of Totalitarianism; and much more

Weekend Links The sun is shining and the people of Washington have a good day for all the help that is arriving to begin the process of putting their material and emotional lives back together. We have teams of people going from our church as do many other churches in the area. It is a … More Homeschoolers Better Socialized; Pedophile Rights?!; Hunger Games Warnings; The Creep of Totalitarianism; and much more

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Is it Time to “fall into the spokes of the wheel” in America?

Friday is for History and Inspiration Every age has its own challenges to faithfulness to the gospel. Most of what inconveniences and discomforts Christians in America does not rise to the level of persecution. But all persecution starts somewhere and that somewhere often involves much smaller compromises and subtle shifts in perspective. Martin Niemöller, a … More Is it Time to “fall into the spokes of the wheel” in America?

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Personal Delusions and Americans

Monday Discussion “According to the National Sleep Foundation, 47% of Americans indicate that they meditate or pray before bed.” —-Time Magazine, p. 10, September 30, 2013 Question: Is this a case of the very human tendency of people to overestimating their good behavior? If this is a delusion, what are the effects?

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