Monthly Archives: March 2013

Gay Marriage, Gay Contempt–both Desacralize the Sacred

In my last post I highlighted a quote by author and speaker Ravi Zacharias who was asked the following question, “Why do Christians see racism as wrong but don’t see opposing homosexuality as equally wrong?” In response Zacharias made the … Continue reading

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Isn’t Opposing both Racism and Gay Marriage Inconsistent? No.

Given the nature of today’s debate surrounding gay marriage, it is quite common to hear the following question: “Why is it that Christians who oppose racism and bigotry in the church don’t see the hypocrisy in being equally opposed to … Continue reading

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Joke of the day

Heard the funniest joke today: Two flies are sitting on a pile of poo. One fly cuts a fart and the other fly says, “Hey– I’m eating here.” 🙂

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Virginity: Is it Identity? NO.

The children I came to care for five years ago have now become…(DREAD)…teenagers. And teenagers means crushes, hormones and sexual tension. I find myself pulled into more and more conversations about love, dating and sex each passing month. Since they … Continue reading

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Nursing Bitterness–Drinking Poison

If you choose to suckle on resentment and nurse bitterness you end up drinking poison. –StriderMTB

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Poverty of Character–the Unseen Beggar Within

Lately I’ve been giving a lot of thought to the concept of poverty. Poverty can come in many different forms. It doesn’t always have to mean a lack of money, shelter or food. The basic concept of poverty means, “the … Continue reading

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Calvinist Quotes on God Determining All Evil

Calvinism is a belief in meticulious divine determinism over every thought, choice and event throughout human history–and according to John Piper this includes every one of your personal, besetting sins (quote below). Just think about the insidious implications of such … Continue reading

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Discipleship: Being taught and FILLED by our Master

The following is an excerpt from a post by Rick Joyner who I like to read from time to time even though I have my points of disagreement with him. He captures the insightful truth that our Christian call to … Continue reading

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Tim Keller: Private Calvinist, Public Arminian

UPDATE: Oddly enough both videos were pulled from YouTube at the same time this little write-up was getting traction through facebook shares. The video recording of Keller explaining unconditional election in a Calvinist friendly church seems to have been banished … Continue reading

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The Death of a Best Friend

Today marks the one-year anniversary that one of my most cherished and loyal friends went to be with the Lord. His name was Noah Huss. If you had the privilege of knowing him, you would forever remember him. His funeral … Continue reading

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