Category Archives: belief

The Magnificence of Mutual Ministry

Mutual ministry is the shared, non-hierarchical, back and forth (one to another) ministry between the people in a church.  It’s a beautiful thing to behold, but it is very rare, almost unknown. However, mutual ministry is biblical.  The New Testament … Continue reading

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Flee, Fly, Flow, Fun — The 4 Fs of Faith

Flee, fly, flow, fun (not fee, fi, fo, fum) are the 4 Fs of Faith! Flee — “Flee youthful lusts.” You have to run from temptation, not hang around it! Fly — “They shall mount up with wings as eagles.” … Continue reading

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Do you smell a skunk in evolutionary theory?

A stinky question!  Do you smell a skunk in evolutionary theory? How could time and chance create a skunk with both the ability and instinct to spray saturating stink on its foes? Something about evolutionary theory just doesn’t quite smell … Continue reading

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To ignore belief in God is to choose to be ignorant of one of the most important factors of human history.

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Moving Beyond Accusations of “Hate” to Genuinely Getting Along . . .

If a friend, a relative, or even a stranger, in spite of anatomy, proclaimed his arms to be wings and boldly declared that he is a bird; I’d still be nice to him.  I wouldn’t be mean to him, and … Continue reading

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Protestant Reformation — A Half-Way Measure?

Did the Protestant Reformation only go 1/2 way?  Two of the main Bible doctrines that were brought to light by Protestant Reformers (Martin Luther, John Calvin, Ulrich Zwingli, and others) were:  1) justification by faith (which was enthusiastically embraced); and  … Continue reading

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The Real Royal Baby . . .

The Royal Baby was born just over 2,000 years ago and grew up to become the King of Kings, Lord of Lords, Savior of the world. I was excited to invite people to surrender to The Real Royal Baby, the … Continue reading

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