God and the world have nothing in common. Continue reading God and the world
What does the Christian do in this broken world? Continue reading What to do with Aurora and Chick-Fil-A
#10. Make good use of excuses. Stay out of church because of hypocrites. For every Ananias and Sapphira who get zapped, a hundred other false Christians are hiding in the pews. Hurt feelings are always a good out. Remember: it’s never your fault.
#9. Stay busy running after the necessities of life, instead of putting first the Kingdom of God. After all, that’s what pagans do, heap up material things. Matthew 6:32-33. Continue reading “10 Ways How to Think and Act Like a Pagan”
Inside this structure we call “the church building”, I can go to many different windows to see the world outside. Each gives me a different perspective on things. Continue reading The Windows We Choose
Haggai’s message was not meant to be comfortable. When he arrived in Jerusalem in 520 B.C., the temple of God was still not constructed. 18 years had passed since King Cyrus of Persia had released the Jews from their exile. Continue reading When Is The Lord's Turn?
The current edition of AARP Magazine (September / October 2009) has an article entitled “The Sunshine Vitamin”. They’re referring, of course, to Vitamin D. Research has shown that this common vitamin pays big dividends in human health. Continue reading The Sunshine Vitamin
The problem began almost a week ago. The keyboard on my laptop takes quite a pounding on an almost daily basis. Between sermons, articles and e-mail correspondence, a lot of writing happens at my desk. I like it best when I can let my fingers fly, recording the thoughts that come to mind. Continue reading Unwilling Members