Curated Links for Growth and Thought

Worldview, Politics, and Cultural Engagement “Will I Be Fully Accepted As a Gay Man at Your Church?”   Helpful. Churches need to have this conversation.  Ten Things You should Know Know about the Dangers of Media    I wonder if people wrote articles about “ten things you should know about automobiles” when cars began to dominate … More Curated Links for Growth and Thought

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God Judges Nations for Their Brutality Against the Unborn

At the time of Amos’ prophecy, Israel was a rich and powerful nation. Yet, Amos took them to task for ignoring the poor, failing to exercise justice, and reducing their religion to mere ritual. How can we avoid these pitfalls which seem to periodically haunt God’s people throughout history? Come hear the challenge and to … More God Judges Nations for Their Brutality Against the Unborn

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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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Dred Scott and the Need for Continuing Prayer

Sunday Afternoon Musings Last week someone visited my blog from a website called PrayThroughHistory.com. The tag line underneath the title really caught my attention, “Heal the Past. Free the Present. Bless the Future.”   I love what they are doing at this site. The idea seems to be to look at a historical event, personage, … More Dred Scott and the Need for Continuing Prayer

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He’s Not a Black Hero: He’s a Hero and He’s Black

Wednesday is for Prayer The election is over. Now we find out what the men and women elected will actually do. Will they keep their promises, follow through on their objectives or was it all just rhetoric? We will find out. The following is from Kairos Journal and reflects the kind of character and conviction … More He’s Not a Black Hero: He’s a Hero and He’s Black

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The Rob Bell Slide; China; FOX and MSNBC Bias; Slavery in Our Neighborhoods; Abortion Culture; Ann Coulter; Planned Parenthood; Aerosmith

Weekend Links Enjoy! How to be a Christian Citizen under a President You Didn’t Vote For (Timely) Slavery Grows in Our Back Yards (This scourge is bringing judgment upon us. We must do more to stop it.) Lessons for Liberals: How a Pencil is Made in a Free Market (Insightful video for Liberals and conservatives … More The Rob Bell Slide; China; FOX and MSNBC Bias; Slavery in Our Neighborhoods; Abortion Culture; Ann Coulter; Planned Parenthood; Aerosmith

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Why We Need to be Careful with Language in Fighting Against Abortion

Weekend Musings Thabiti Anyabwile is a brilliant African American pastor. Reformed and evangelical in this theology, Thabiti is a powerful speaker and thinker who has meditated long on the issues of abortion and culture from a Christian perspective. In this article, he talks about the danger and “appropriateness” of comparing abortion to slavery. His words … More Why We Need to be Careful with Language in Fighting Against Abortion

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