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Building in the Midst of Decay

What is a Christian to do?  It’s as if God asks the impossible of us.  He wants us to build with one hand and resist evil with the other.  1,099 more words

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Don't Expect to Get Anything Out Of Church

Too many people reject prospective churches saying, “I went there but I did not get anything out of it.”

Why do you attend the church you are attending? 1,665 more words

Faith Practice, The Exercise

Hope for Those Who Don't Want to Parade with Pride

The Word is true: “… Male and female He created them.”  But in hastily skipping ahead to “and they shall become one flesh,” we miss God’s description of what it means to be a man or a woman.  1,667 more words

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Disney! Let It Go!

There are those who say that Elsa’s special powers are her repressed lesbianism.  Thus, the song: “Let It Go.”  Disney!  You let it go!  Don’t give Elsa a girlfriend in Frozen 2.  68 more words

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Celebrity Christians Do Not Replace Christ

There is plenty of excitement among secular thinkers because of apparent defections from Christian faith by celebrity musicians. This reaction to stories about George Perdikis and Dan Haseltine grows out of a principle of secularism: if someone is rich and famous, then he must be right. 1,559 more words

Faith Practice, The Exercise

What about the Nobodies?

Nobody will get hurt.  That’s what they said when sex education was brought into schools and churches.  “We are sexual from birth, so let’s get comfortable with it!”  Five decades later, communities are brimming with “nobodies” who were denied their childhood; who know a lot about sex but very little about manhood and womanhood; who are cohabitating, pregnant but unwed, fearful, depressed, relationally dysfunctional, discontent, insecure, and paranoid about “sexual identity.” 1,672 more words

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What is the right Way?

If the church does not recapture its prophetic zeal, it will become an irrelevant social club without moral or spiritual authority.  Martin Luther King, Jr. 665 more words

Faith Practice, The Exercise