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St. Paul's Areopagus Confidence

Let’s pause and admire the serene confidence with which St. Paul stood and spoke in the Athenian Areopagus.


Fearless, first of all, because he knew that his speech appealed to something that dwells in the heart of every human being:  the desire for God. 243 more words


Consistent Message with Tailored Delivery Strategy


Communication Strategy for the Gospel

This bible study examines Paul’s communication strategy for the gospel. He tailored the message delivery for each audience while keeping the message consistent. 1,087 more words

Bible Study

Getting high (up) in Athens

The day I went to the Acropolis, it looked like it might rain, with clouds sent by the gods, but it took a turn for beautiful. 1,505 more words


The Foolishness of Faith (Sermon)

The following is a message I shared with a Men’s Sunday School Class at Believer’s Bible Chapel in Dallas, TX on January 24, 2016.

Title: The Foolishness of Faith
Passage: Acts 17:16-34


Being Holy Doesn't Mean Being Opposite

Today’s reading is Acts 16-17.

There are days when I think the goal of some Christians is not to be like Christ, but to be unlike the world or false religions. 266 more words

Bible Reading

Mars Hill

I stood today on this very rock, Mars Hill, where St. Paul preached one of the Book of Acts’ most famous sermons.  This big ol’ rock, in this photo with lots of people standing on it, overlooks the ancient agora where Paul taught centuries after Socrates taught as well. 488 more words

Daily Life

Obedience Point #12--Bravely Defend the Truth?

Titus 1:9-14


“He must hold firmly to the trustworthy message as it has been taught, so that he can encourage others by sound doctrine and refute those who oppose it… 381 more words