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  • The Hidden Sorrow of Faithfulness in a Fallen World

    Our God is faithful. Even if we are ever not, He always is, of this we can be certain. It’s also clear from Scripture that He calls us to faithfulness. It is, in fact, a fruit of the Holy Spirit – evidence of His presence and work in our lives. And yet, the call to …[ read more ]

  • Pastors and the Pandemic – How Did Our Leaders Do?

    We know the truth of it – it’s easier to critique from the sidelines than it is to be in the game calling the shots in real time. People make careers critiquing from the cheap seats. After the fact, we all see clearly. Some have charts and graphs showing what might have happened in their …[ read more ]

  • Is it My Beliefs about Jesus or Donald Trump that Make Me Christian?

    November is coming and someone is going to lose. We need to act now to prevent Christians from losing more than many imagine is at stake. There is a real risk associated with this election that has nothing to do with which individual wins. There’s the potential that the vitriol and loaded rhetoric between believers …[ read more ]

  • A Personal Message to Readers

    Dear everyone, First, I apologize to those of you trying to comment on posts over the past few days. Hackers are getting vicious these days and as some of you know, my site was infiltrated a few months back. When I increased security this weekend, it unfortunately locked out comments from readers but that’s been …[ read more ]

  • November is Coming (We Can Own This Election pt 2)

    November is coming. Decisions will be made. And we, the Body of Christ, will need to move forward together. Whatever the outcome. While everyone’s eyes are on the presidential campaign, there is a dangerous, stealth campaign threatening the church and operating largely undetected. In conversations everywhere, I hear litmus tests – “How can you be …[ read more ]