Monthly Archives: May 2015

Santa Fe, NM Lives Up 2 It’s Name!

Santa Fe means Holy Faith in English. My wife and I discovered that Santa Fe, New Mexico lives up to its name! Our first morning in Santa Fe we went downtown and parked. The first thing we saw was a huge … Continue reading

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America’s City Named For Trusting Christ

Living during a time period that persistently promotes political correctness and considers the sincere mention of Christianity to be one of its few remaining taboos, perhaps we should think about the city named for trusting Christ — Santa Fe, New … Continue reading

Posted in Assisi, faith, faith-based, it is in giving that we receive, Lord make me an instrument of Your peace, meaning of Santa Fe, New Mexico towns, Quotations, religion, Saint Francis of Assisi, Spanish, where there is hatred let me sow love | Tagged , , , , , , , | 2 Comments

Does God “Tell It On The Mountain”?

As I write I’m sitting alone in the lobby of Sheridan Hotel in Telluride, Colorado at 5 am. looking at a snow-covered peak in late May.  And my heart is dancing. My eyes well up with tears. What’s going on? … Continue reading

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Trending can B a Trap!

Trending can be a trap! When you cruise with the contemporary culture’s current you become a confused captive of its craziness. Know when 2 say “No,” and not go with the flow! “The man who follows the crowd will usually … Continue reading

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“This is That” 4 the 21st Century!

“This is that,” vs. “This is what that means.” –Today preachers like to take a Bible verse and proclaim “This is what that verse means.” –The early Christ-followers experienced and demonstrated the Bible and then proclaimed: “This is that which … Continue reading

Posted in 1 Corinthians 14:26, 1 Peter, Acts 2, Apostle Peter, church programs, Confess you sins, James 5:16, James the Lord's brother, Jesus, John the Beloved, joy unspeakable, Paul of Tarsus, prayer, prayer of a righteous man, Quotations, Revelation 12:11, the Comforter, the word of their testimony, you don't need anyone to teach you | Tagged , , , , , , , | 2 Comments

The Unexpected, The Unplanned, & The Unconventional in Church

The unexpected, the unplanned, and the unconventional happened when the Holy Spirit came at Pentecost and launched the Christian church. Pentecost (and what followed after it through out the book of Acts) was the was all about Presence & power of … Continue reading

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Let’s “Flag Down” Another Pentecost!

Flagging down the Pentecostal Fire! –God’s fire fell on Pentecost and the early Christians stormed the world with passion for the living, resurrected Jesus Christ! –Salvation Army founder, William Booth, sang in the late 1800s: “Send the fire! Look down … Continue reading

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