How God Handles Broken

At my home church, 1st Sunday usually means that we will be serving communion. We eat the bread, which represents Jesus’s body that was broken. We drink the wine (or grape juice) which represents His blood which was shed for us. We are reminded to look inward at our heart attitude as we remember that […]

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Hunting Loose Ends

What does it take to be prepared for hard times? Is it possible to know that when tests come, we will do more than survive? That we can actually thrive? When being bombarded by new cultural norms, how do we keep from being swept away? How do we filter all of the information and opinions […]

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On Rabbit-trail, Research, and Reason

I really didn’t intend to write again today, but something happened that compels me to follow up on a possible rabbit-trail resulting from yesterday’s post, “Do You Know that God is Real?“ I included a song, called “Honey in the Rock,” that included an interview at the end. The interview explained the scriptural foundation of […]

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Why I’m Blogging for Another Year

It was probably 15 years ago that I discovered the difference between a web site and a blog. I took a course in how to start a blog and , “voila,” I created my own. That was the easy part. Writing, which used to be easy, suddenly became hard. There was all this pressure to […]

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Who He Must Be

Young women should have standards by which they evaluate whether a young man is suitable for dating, and young men should have standards to aspire toward, but how should those standards be established and who must he be? Years ago, I read Voddie Baucham Jr.’s book, What He Must Be:… If He Wants to Marry […]

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