Three Biographies Sunday (1)

Eisenhower, Muggeridge, and Sabina Wurmbrand Biographies have been powerful in my life. Great heroes of the faith, courageous leaders in the teeth of war, missionaries braving cannibalistic tribes, explorers meeting the challenges of cold, heat, heights and all manner of adversity, athletes rising to extreme levels of to reach new goals and new records, these … More Three Biographies Sunday (1)

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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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New Podcast Up

Dr. Mark Williams is airing his second interview with me on his podcast today. This one is on the advantage and benefits of reading good biographies. You can hear the podcast at this link and read what he has to say as well. Pray for me this week as I finish up my last week … More New Podcast Up

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Standing Up and Dying for What is Right

Thursday is for Discipleship Homosexual activists will not be pleased with this posting. The following is a brief article from Kairos Journal documenting the murder and martyrdom of missionaries to Uganda that would not relent and participate in homosexual activity. Present day Christians in Uganda who resist the worldwide push for acceptance of homosexuality as … More Standing Up and Dying for What is Right

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