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For His Name's Sake: Why the Church Must Do More Than Local Evangelism

There is a popular argument that persists among American evangelicals that prioritizes domestic evangelism over against international missions. Often it is put in the form of a handful of questions: 2,183 more words


What Are You Wearing?

Paul’s first letter to the Corinthians contains lines that are quite familiar to most Christians, some recognizable even by a few words, like “Love is patient…” or today’s section, “There are many gifts, but the same spirit…” Paul is talking about spiritual gifts and the value of diversity for the benefit of the community (1COR 12:4-11). 357 more words


Birds sing to the Lord.

When lions roar, they are singing, too.

As the dolphin jumps for a moment from the water with elegance and grace, it is “singing” to the Lord. 80 more words

Photos With Christian Thoughts By Myra Johnson

Beyond the expected

Most people who know me know that I absolutely love to travel. I love planning, mapping, researching, writing reviews, and soaking up every minute of my trips. 628 more words

Pastors In Exile

Numbers 1: God’s Yardstick

Numbers 1: God’s Yardstick

Friday, January 1, 2016

We human beings always want to know how many, how much, or how often; we seem consumed with counting and itemizing.  503 more words


Looking Back and Forward

Today’s title for this blog post should surprise nobody. Today is, after all, the last day of the year, a day on which we regularly review the year just ending, perhaps with an eye toward things we want to remember and what we would like to forget. 513 more words

A Reminder

This morning there is little evidence that it is, in fact, morning. Just ten minutes before 7:00 there is yet no light in the sky…It takes the psalmist to wake me to the reality of another day, reminding me to welcome God, the inner light that guides our every step. 173 more words