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A Destiny Day Of Divine Doings @ Opryland Hotel?

Yesterday felt like a day of destiny full of Spirit-arranged encounters. Let me start with the afternoon. Author/blogger Thom Schultz, who was in Nashville for Proclaim 16, the National Religious Broadcasters convention being held at Opryland Hotel had invited me to … Continue reading

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14 bold suggestions for the National Religious Broadcasters #proclaim16

Here’s an open letter to the National Religious Broadcasters who are holding their convention, Proclaim 16, in Nashville beginning Tuesday, February 23. Dear NRB Delegates: A warm welcome to Nashville! Thank you for what you do to present Jesus Christ in and to … Continue reading

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“No More Boasting About Human Leaders”

“So then, no more boasting about human leaders!” –1 Corinthians 3:21 What would God do . . . 1) If we presented the living Christ without promoting preachers and teachers? 2) If people ministered to others without naming “ministries” with … Continue reading

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Deflategate Got Ya Down? The truth Will Fill You Up!

A Tom Brady, New England Patriots, & Deflategate inspired blog post: (Deflategate is an ongoing controversy involving the NFL’s New England Patriots. It alleges that they used underinflated footballs in their AFC Championship victory against the Indianapolis Colts on January 18, … Continue reading

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Think, Question, & Boldly Post (Outside The Box) Like Luther Did!

In 1517 Martin Luther boldly posted words on a church door in Germany and started a world-wide spiritual revolution. Perhaps we can do the same by boldly posting on blogs, web sites, & social media.  (Check out my 95 Theses … Continue reading

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If you like social media, you’ll love social-church!

If you enjoy social media, you’ve just got to try social-church! Social-church is a Christ-centered gathering where ordinary people share messages, personal testimonies, prayer needs, insights, Scriptures, prayers, etc., and other community-based input, as prompted by the Holy Spirit. Social-church … Continue reading

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Christmas presents, without the Christmas Presence (Emmanuel — “God with us”), miss the whole point of Christ*mas!

Click on the link to read . . . 21 exciting blog posts about Christmas

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