Millennial Sex and the Corruption of Education

The following article is from the most recent release of Kairos Journal. I encourage every thinking Christian to subscribe to Kairos. It is a thoughtful digest of current issues affecting the Church in the 21’s century. The editors of Kairos Journal describe their ministry this way: In our careers and travels, we have witnessed a … More Millennial Sex and the Corruption of Education

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The Importance of September 24th

Yesterday, Sunday September 24th, 2017 was an important day for the Church in America. It was the day set aside to educate, motivate, and take action on the perhaps the most grievous 21st Century problem facing humanity. I’m not talking about global warming, or in-credible leadership, or political partisanship or millennial angst, or declining church … More The Importance of September 24th

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Gratitude is Great but . . .

This: “. . . in Hebrews 11 we find the saints of the Old Testament commended again and again because their obedience was motivated by faith. ‘By faith’ Abraham ‘obeyed’ (11:8); ‘by faith’ Noah ‘prepared an ark’ (11:7); ‘by faith’ Moses ‘left Egypt’ (11:27); ‘by faith’ others ‘performed; acts of rightousness’ (11:33). But we find … More Gratitude is Great but . . .

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Vindication for Faith

Reading with the Pastor Acts 20  and  Psalm 25 “Indeed, none of those who wait for You will be ashamed;          Those who deal treacherously without cause will be ashamed.” Psalm 25:3  What a promise! Two lines.  But in those two lines is a promise of vindication of patience. ………………… vindication of … More Vindication for Faith

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Five Reasons We Sing

I was trying to reign in my anxiety over a professing Christian who seems to be walking in lock step with the world rather than Christ. K-Love was on the radio calling my heart to worship, to trust God, to not despair, to trust in future grace–the grace I will need if this person’s life … More Five Reasons We Sing

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