Monthly Archives: September 2013

Riding with the Wind in Our Face

All day, the thoughts of Isaiah 8:5-8 have been rattling around in my head…the very core of our faith is dependent on our willingness to choose to allow God to be Lord of every inch of our lives. The way … Continue reading

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Hard Choices that Seem Simple

As believers, we must treat God as God. It seems so obvious and nonsensical to state, but really,  It’s a hard choice. In fact, I think this is where we as God’s people keep falling again and again. We want … Continue reading

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Clarifying Our Message

We are not sent to preach sociology but salvation; not economics but evangelism; not reform but redemption; not culture but conversion; not progress but pardon; not a new social order but a new birth; not revolution but regeneration; not renovation … Continue reading

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Two Words

He should have been talking to the brightest, most well-educated man He found. He should have been speaking with a businessman who had seen enormous success, so much so that the money from a potential partnership or sponsorship would more … Continue reading

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Coffee, Eternity and God’s Glory

​Whether, then, you eat or drink or whatever you do, do all to the glory of God. ​Give no offense either to Jews or to Greeks or to the church of God;just as I also please all men in all … Continue reading

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Intentionally Intentional

‘Missional’ is a huge buzz word in certain Christian circles. Mark Driscoll quipped at one conference that, “if you googled the word missional to find out what it actually meant, you’d probably blow up your computer.” He wasn’t that wrong. … Continue reading

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Every Day Easter

Too often, we as a church forget that every day is Resurrection Sunday.  Too frequently, we forget that we have new life in His life.  Life looks different when, as the poem states below, we can confidently take hell captive. … Continue reading

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