God Hates.

God Hates Sin. And he has good reason to hate sin. It breaks his moral law. It deprives human beings of their full flourishing. It brings pain and heart-ache to others. It creates destruction and violence in the world. It destroys the beauty of his creation. And the list goes on . . .  God’s … More God Hates.

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Jesus Drinking; Sexual Ethics in a Post Christian Culture; Hobby Lobby; Crazy Love; Matt Walsh and much more

Weekend Links Opps! Forgot to post the weekend links. A little late, but always helpful. Better Thinking About Politics and Cultural Engagement http://youtu.be/NaPBcUUqbew 10 Fascinating Facts about the Founding Fathers and American Independence  (Good read for 4th of July Weekend.) Democracy and Morality: Ancient and Modern  (Some of this thinking is going to influence a … More Jesus Drinking; Sexual Ethics in a Post Christian Culture; Hobby Lobby; Crazy Love; Matt Walsh and much more

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A Full-throttle, Open-armed, Burned-bridges Adventure with Christ

Sunday afternoon Musings This is a Francis Chan video that fit perfectly with my message this morning. One of the men of the church asked me if I would post the video on my BLOG so here it is. Be blessed and live a life full-throttle, open-armed, burned-bridges adventure with the Risen Savior. He is worthy. … More A Full-throttle, Open-armed, Burned-bridges Adventure with Christ

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DOMA’s Importance; Roles of Men and Women; Bolton on Rice; Justin Taylor; John Piper; Ending Abortion; Inerrancy’s Importance

Weekend links Double links this week. Double the instigation of trouble! Already writing for next weeks’ posts. Looking forward to getting some feedback on some new ideas. As always, don’t link me and my thoughts to every link.  Better Engagement with Culture Why DOMA Needs to Continue and Why We Must Not Go the Direction … More DOMA’s Importance; Roles of Men and Women; Bolton on Rice; Justin Taylor; John Piper; Ending Abortion; Inerrancy’s Importance

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Revival Will Not Make Spiritual Warfare Easy

Wednesday is for Prayer Before Matt Chandler, before Francis Chan, before David Platt, (three young men we should all be thankful for God raising up in this generation), there was George Verwer. Radical, passionate, creative, missional, fully engaged and calling the Christian world to be more and do more for the Savior, all of these … More Revival Will Not Make Spiritual Warfare Easy

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