Monthly Archives: May 2019

The 3Ps

Far from being a faith of the spiritually superior, at its heart, Christianity is a rescue religion – the proclamation that there is hope and forgiveness for the lost and broken.  Through Jesus, Christianity offers victory (current and future) over … Continue reading

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Actions that Matter

Vision without action is only a dream.  Action without vision just passes time.  Vision with action can change the world. (Joel A. Barker) If you’re like most people, you’ve fallen into one of two camps much of your life (just … Continue reading

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The Other Nine

I’m no statistician, but I think I can figure out what the odds are that I would have been among the majority that day.  More than likely, you would have been too. Luke 17 includes a story about 10 men … Continue reading

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Three Huts

The story is told of a man who was stranded alone on an island. He immediately began sending smoke signals, hoping somebody would find him.  Finally, 10 years later, a sea captain noticed the smoke signals, and decided to pull … Continue reading

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Remember Them

Even the name of the holiday practically begs us to remember.  Memorial Day, originally called “Decoration Day,” was officially proclaimed on 5 May 1868 by General John Logan, national commander of the Grand Army of the Republic, as an effort … Continue reading

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Come and See

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The Hurt Healer

But Jesus answered, “No more of this!” And he touched the man’s ear and healed him. (Luke 22:51) It’s such a familiar story I was surprised when God pointed out a new facet of it recently.  Having just spent lonely hours in … Continue reading

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