Bible Window-Shoppers

This: “A familiar figure on the streets is the window-shopper who moves along gazing fondly in each show-window but buying nothing. In the realm of things spiritual we have with us the Bible window-shopper. He moves along through the Book reading its precious promises, hearing its high challenges, looking at its deep messages of peace … More Bible Window-Shoppers

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Final Song

What would say, if you could say nothing after you said it? For Keith Green, in 1978, it was this song. He lived to proclaim the wonder of Jesus and the Gospel of the Kingdom. The final song of NO COMPROMISE is called “Altar Call” and I think it was Keith’s attempt to say a … More Final Song

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When Leaders Value Differing Voices

I have been plodding through William Manchester’s epic biography of Winston Churchill. Last night I found a number of episodes in Churchill’s life that are COMPLETELY out of step with our cultural moment. Each page that I read showed the superiority of Churchill’s worldview (with all of his personal flaws) over the current politically correct, … More When Leaders Value Differing Voices

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Our Lives are Windows

“We are the colorful ones.”    (Keith Green) Our lives, as a friend of mine is fond of saying, are the only Jesus people will see or hear. Keith Green understood that. He knew that the people were always watching us to see if there was any consistency between what we proclaimed and how we … More Our Lives are Windows

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