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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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Do We Need A More Effective Way Of Having Church?

In the West the church is not changing contemporary culture. Instead, church members are being swayed and swept along by society’s hedonism and the church appears to be powerless to prevent it.  We are a post Christian society. Perhaps we … Continue reading

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Explaining Sin In A Post-Christian Culture

Post-Christian can be defined as:  the culture that emerges as the Christian faith loses influence in a society that has been somewhat shaped by Christian values.  The Western world is fast becoming post-Christian and popular culture has little understanding of … Continue reading

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Churches Are Shrinking–Is Christianity Fading Away Or Will It Come Roaring Back In A Creative Way?

In the Western world churches are shrinking.  A new survey by the Pew Research Center shows that Millennials (American’s in their twenties) are increasingly turning away from religion.  More and more writers and experts are saying that America is now … Continue reading

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