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My Top 12 Blog Posts For 2012

1) Occupy Till I Come — What The Church Can Learn From Occupy Wall Street 2) The Most Important Tim Tebow Quote 3) US Congressman, Thaddeus Stevens, My 4th Greatest American 4) 70 AD — One Of History’s Most Important Dates 5) A White … Continue reading

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Martin Luther Posted 95 Shocking Statements About Church — Here Are My 95 . . .

In 1517, Martin Luther nailed a piece of paper, listing 95 revolutionary statements, to the door of Castle Church in Wittenburg, Germany.  This act marked the beginning of the Protestant Reformation of the church. Inspired by Martin Luther’s courageous act, … Continue reading

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Tim Tebow, Jeremy Lin, & Now Bubba Watson — W.G.U.T.? (What’s God Up To?)

Bubba Watson was the surprise winner of the Masters’ Tournament on Easter Sunday.  After winning the green jacket, he said:  “I’d like to first thank Jesus Christ, my Lord and Savior . . .”  Just before that moment, his Masters’ … Continue reading

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What’s More Exciting Than March Madness?

If you think that the Kentucky & Louisville and the Ohio State & Kansas games in this year’s college basketball Final Four are going to be exciting tomorrow night, here’s some great news for you. Church can be even more … Continue reading

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I Worked Up The Courage To Tebow (But Somebody Thought I Was Sick)

For about a year I’ve been working out at a Nashville YMCA on an elliptical machine.  About a month ago I felt like I was supposed to tebow (to bow in prayer the way that Tim Tebow does) but I … Continue reading

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Famous Harvard Grad Loves Jesus (Is This Linsanity?)

A famous Harvard graduate, Jeremy Lin, is openly talking about his deep faith in and commitment to Jesus Christ.  Lin is an overnight sensation, coming from an unknown point guard for the New York Knicks to suddenly becoming the biggest … Continue reading

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