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"Let's Take a Step Back and Consider"

An excerpt from my new book:

The Seven Laws of Balance: 

How to Judge Teachings

and Ignite

a Charismatic Reformation

Excerpt from Chapter 14

Let’s take a step back and consider the overall history of our movement. 

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On the way to my family reunion this past Sunday, I was scoping out locations for a blog post! The reunion was in Sunbury, Pa., which is essentially a hick town with lots of farms. 198 more words

A Candle for Our Lady by Regina Victoria Hunt - Free Catholic Audiobook

Dark times for British Catholics hung over England in the days of King Henry VIII. Henry, influenced by the hated Thomas Cromwell, fell into opposition with them, suppressing them, and closing religious houses. 245 more words


July 29, 1579

By E.J. Hutchinson – Posted at The Calvinist International

Today is an important day in the history of the Church.

Ok, I suppose that’s not entirely accurate; but it’s important to  110 more words


Sunday Wrap Up

From July 27, 2014

Yesterday morning at Emmanuel Southern Baptist Church, we concluded our series “Overcoming Not Succumbing” with the sermon The Faith That Overcomes.  In the evening we delved into the faith vs. 13 more words


Augustin Marlorat (1506-1562) on John 8:11, “Go, and sin no more”

When the scribes and Pharisees had brought the woman caught in adultery to Jesus, he said to them in John 8:7,

“He that is without sin among you, let him first cast a stone at her.”

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