Monthly Archives: January 2013

To Marry Or Not To Marry–This Is The Question

So… I’m still single, but realize this is my fault–if indeed it is something to be faulted with. Truth be told I’ve had numerous opportunities to put an end to singleness, but something deep within me compels me to wait … Continue reading

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The Collapse of Christian “Superstars”

Christian author Rick Joyner states,“Those who are the most successful in any field are those who do the basics best. To be a disciple of Christ, we want the foundation to be right. If the foundation is not level and … Continue reading

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Grace for Acceptance–Grace for Change

It is true that God’s grace accepts us the way we are, but it is equally true that God is never content to leave us the way we are. He knows his grace is too transformative and powerful to leave … Continue reading

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Discipleship is Modeling

There is a great deal of literature being published on Christian discipleship today.  A growing consensus among pastors and church leaders that discipleship is currently at a weak state in the church is becoming more global. Here in Cambodia I … Continue reading

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Flabby Faith

Why are so many Christians in the 1st world bored out of their wits and souls with Christianity? Why is it that western churches can’t seem to retain men? Why is it that men say going to church is often … Continue reading

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