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Curse the Darkness or Light a Candle

The church is not perfect, but woe to the man who finds pleasure in pointing out her imperfections.

– Charles Spurgeon

Contemporary American Christianity has plenty to critique, but I hear many criticizing that are doing little about the problems.

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George Eldon Ladd, the Vineyard, Kingdom Theology and the temptation of bad puns pt1

Disclaimer: this a brief theological post; there be no Romans here! There could also be horrific puns based on Ladd’s name (though I  think I wlil avoid these in the interests of the reader’s sanity). 358 more words

We Are God's Poetry!

This thought really encouraged me this week. I scrawled it on a sticky note and slapped it on my desk, and even wrote put it on my white board as the “Quote of the Week.” … 142 more words


Truth Matters: A Plea to Fellow Christians

Does a person’s error free me from the bonds of truth? Why would my standard of evidence be any less for those with whom I disagree than for those with whom I agree? 186 more words

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Christian Artist Feature - Nathanael Bryce

“When Christ rescued me from a lifestyle of accelerated depravity… I swung hard to living for Him with a lot of gratitude…I think art flows freely when I stay in that place – the realization He rescued me to be His son, not His artist.” – Nathanael Bryce… 1,213 more words


Why are ‘good gospel churches’ the worst at Evangelism?

I heard the biblical gospel for the first time in 1999. The Holy Spirit, in relation to that event, invaded my life. I’ve never been the same. 758 more words