Monthly Archives: January 2019

Fast food Christianity or “new wine” tasting

Church should be a “new wine” tasting. “O taste and see that the Lord is good!” The Holy Spirit releases inner “rivers of living water,” “new wine,” & “fire” — God intoxication! When you’re inspired you feel prompted to proclaim … Continue reading

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Don’t make people earn your kindness

Don’t make people win your kindness. Give them a bye. Be kind to everyone. We humans are harder to work with than Alexa and other devices. We often just don’t do what we’re told. We like to believe that we’re … Continue reading

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Telling the truth about lying

Truth is you might wanna watch our new Crazy Bible Stuff video about lying . . . (AND DON’T SAY YOU DID IF YOU DON’T LOL.)

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Abortion, New York, & the Wall

Graphic pictures of the hidden brutality of abortion would make even a New Yorker squirmish. Perhaps prenatal killing is a tragedy to be avoided and not a “right” to be celebrated. Some people want a wall to keep illegal aliens out … Continue reading

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What ever happened to the concept of “I respectfully disagree”?

Demanding that people agree with you is unreasonable and can only produce insincere compliance. Instead be kind to everyone. Anybody can insult, mock, and be unkind, but it takes amazing courage to cross color, ethnic, and political lines with ongoing … Continue reading

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The worst place to build a wall

The worst place to build a wall is in your heart. It’s easy to focus on arguing with people and miss seeing their creativity, their uniqueness, and their inner beauty. It’s okay to disagree with people but there is no reason … Continue reading

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Sermons or discipleship

Sermons without discipleship tell people about Jesus without training them to hear Him, follow Him, and daily obey Him. Continually preaching to the same people creates an audience mentality and trains Christians to be observers, not participants. That audience mentality makes … Continue reading

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