Category Archives: YouTube

Looking beyond the Catholic priesthood

With all the reports of sexual abuse by priests, perhaps we should ask:  “Who are the real priests?”

Posted in bishops, child abuse, clergy laity, laity, layman, ministers, ordaination, ordained, pastors, preachers, priesthood of all believers, priesthood of the beliver, religion, sexual harassment, Uncategorized, universal priesthood, video, YouTube | Tagged , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Crazy Bible Stuff Tackles Hell!

People talk about hell a lot — about it freezing over or splitting wide open or being on wheels or giving it to people. They even use it as a popular cuss word. Then people inconsistently say that they don’t … Continue reading

Posted in cussing, eternal separation from God, He will save His people from their sins, Heaven, hell on wheels, hellfire, moral judgment, overcoming sin, the gates of hell, till hell freezes over, Uncategorized, video, wages of sin, YouTube | Tagged , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Are we the walking brain-dead — mindless media zombies?

Could our media be polluting our minds and turning us into the walking brain-dead, who mindlessly mimic media messages. Advertisers seem to think so. Advertisers have made TV networks, cable companies, Netflix, YouTube, Google, and Facebook some of the wealthiest … Continue reading

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Flags Are Everywhere — But Where Are The Christian Flags?

Flags, flags, everywhere. But where are the Christian flags? There are so many flags being displayed today: posted on Facebook, YouTube, Twitter and other social media, pictured in blogs, shown on television, texted, carried on the streets, hung from overpasses … Continue reading

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Did modern innovations in churches create worship wars?

Church innovation has become widespread & refreshing! Guess what is my favorite church innovation. Over the past generation or two, the way of having church in our society has changed a lot as we have seen new ideas creatively introduced … Continue reading

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What Does George Fox Say? (About Organic Church)

George Fox encountered the living, resurrected Jesus Christ in the 1600s in England and began to realize that faith is not about religion, ritual, and rigid organization, but about an ongoing, real relationship with Jesus.  He and some of his … Continue reading

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Inner Peace In A Troubled World?

Can you have inner peace in a troubled world?  This video uses 4 hand signs and creative sign language to show you how. The icon in the video is from the Abbey of Gethsemani, a Trappist monastery in Kentucky where … Continue reading

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God Still Makes Change That Sets The Captives Free

Where did that strange question come from as I sat bored in church one morning?  “If you were born a Hindu, what would you be today?” Here’s my testimony.  God still makes change that sets the captives free.  Hearing God’s … Continue reading

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New Video ‘Bout Tebow . . .

Check out the new YouTube video about trying to get the courage to do some tebowing like Tim Tebow does.  It looks so easy when Tim does it, but unless you’ve tried to tebow for yourself, you don’t really know … Continue reading

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What The Church Can Learn From YouTube (Live, It’s Sunday Morning!)

I found these YouTube statistics online.  It has more than 2 billion views per day which is almost twice the prime-time audience of America’s three major broadcast networks combined.  More video is uploaded to YouTube in 60 days than all three U.S. … Continue reading

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