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Be the Change

For years, I have heard that phrase “Be the change you want to be,” encouraging us to change and others will follow. When we apply that to our Christian faith, we have to step up to a new intentionality from … Continue reading

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To Yield or Not to Yield

Of late, while driving on the highway, more and more cars fail to yield as they enter the highway from the on ramp. So intent to merge without yielding, one car ran me into the next lane which was, thankfully, … Continue reading

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Bubble Christians?

A bubble. (Photo credit: Wikipedia) I’m sure you’ve heard about them – Christian sports leagues, Christian book clubs, and even Christian motorcycle clubs. An idea born out of the gradual de-Christianization of America, it all sounds good, doesn’t it? Yes, … Continue reading

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The End of Civility

Men Arguing (Photo credit: o5com) Recently, I accepted a Facebook Friend Request from a friend of a friend. Soon after, this person’s posts started landing in my Facebook Home. Many of them were angry, vicious even, laced with hateful and vulgar language toward friends and family members. I … Continue reading

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Who’s Responsible for the Poor?

English: Logo of the . (Photo credit: Wikipedia) In late May, House Budget Chairperson Ryan’s budget proposal was soundly defeated. Along the way, though, some of the key items started discussions across the country about the appropriateness of government programs such … Continue reading

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Who's Responsible for the Poor?

English: Logo of the . (Photo credit: Wikipedia) In late May, House Budget Chairperson Ryan’s budget proposal was soundly defeated. Along the way, though, some of the key items started discussions across the country about the appropriateness of government programs such … Continue reading

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Serving and the House Church

So that. Two simple words, yet, they have the power to change the life of a Christian from spectator to participant in faith. This little phrase connects worship and study to the third major part of house churches, service. We worship and we study so … Continue reading

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