A Major Problem for American Christians

Great Quotes from Weekend Reading “The twenty-first century has begun with the shattering realization that there is no safe place on earth. Slowly, perhaps, many are wakening to the biblical view that ‘here we have no lasting city, but we seek the city that is to come’ (Hebrews 13:14); that this world does not offer a … More A Major Problem for American Christians

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Untold Stories of Missions and Gospel Power

Weekend Musings It is important to remember the lessons of the past. All mission activity has not always been successful or benign. Sometimes, Western arrogance has accompanied our attempts to take the gospel to the world and sometimes, God, in His sovereignty, still works miracles. The following historical account is from Kairos Journal. Zulu Work … More Untold Stories of Missions and Gospel Power

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Jesus is God: So What? —Putting Jesus in His Place

Weekend Musings Can unbelievers understand the New Testament? Can they read its pages, see the portrayal of Christ in the gospels and the early correspondence of the Church and not see that extraordinary claims are made for the person of Christ? Can they fail to see that he claimed to be be God in the … More Jesus is God: So What? —Putting Jesus in His Place

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5 Strategies for Involving Non-Reading-Men in Discipleship

Friday is for Heart Songs I was sitting with a fellow leader in the church talking about ministry. Specifically, our strategy of up-stream vs down stream ministries. Downstream ministries are reactive, up-stream ministries are proactive.  The subject of getting men involved in discipling their families came up. “How do you deal with men who say … More 5 Strategies for Involving Non-Reading-Men in Discipleship

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Did One Vote Make it Possible to Win World War II?

The following is an excerpt from chapter 5 of the book Picking a President: Or Any Other Elected Official.  As mid-term elections begin to take shape around the nation, I thought it might be a good short reflection on the need to take seriously our duty to vote. A One-Vote Oddity Did One Vote Make … More Did One Vote Make it Possible to Win World War II?

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