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Behold the Power

I’ve been re-reading Parables by John MacArthur, a book I’ve already reviewed here and elsewhere: and let me say again that, if you haven’t read it yet, you really ought to. 220 more words


Go... And Do the Same!

(a sermon for October 23, 2016, the 23rd Sunday after Pentecost, based on Luke 10:25-37 and 2 Thessalonians 2:13-17)

“Don’t pass your neighbor by, my friend; don’t pass your neighbor by!  2,328 more words


House Rules: We Help the Hurting...

Yesterday I had the privilege to speak at the Church At Maltby (the sending church and primary partner of Blue Bridge Church).  This was our third time back to speak since our family moved to the Tri-Cities over four years ago.   28 more words

Take Care of the Wounded and Thou Shalt Receive Eternal Life? | Luke 10:25-37

[ ‘SHARE’ Sep-Oct 2016 ] BACK TO THE BIBLE

Author: Dr. Mok Chiu Yau (CEDAR China Programme Advisor)

If Christians today are being asked about how to obtain an eternal life, they would probably answer with something like, “Believe in Jesus!” while defining the possession of “eternal life” as having the ability to live eternally in heaven in one’s afterlife. 745 more words



Earlier this month my church hosted a creative arts exhibition/worship event, and this year’s theme was the Biblical parable of “The Good Samaritan.” I decided to enter a short story, and I wanted to tell it from the victim’s perspective. 1,664 more words

Short Story

The Justification of the Tax Collector

by Alexei Laushkin

We face limitations. Life is full of them. Limitations on our job, limitations of our resources, constraints on our time. Limitations are a central feature of life. 903 more words

The Christian Life

Football player sees autistic boy sitting alone at lunch, sits with him

Here’s a story from WGN Chicago that I want to comment about.


While visiting Montford Middle School with teammates on Tuesday, Florida State University wide receiver Travis Rudolph spotted a boy sitting by himself at lunch, and asked if he could sit next to him according to the Orlando Sentinel.

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