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We need the 1st in the 21st! We desperately need soul-stirring, life-changing, earth-shaking, 1st Century style Christianity to be poured out in the 21st Century. O, Lord, we’ve read of Your great deeds in the “Acts of the Holy Spirit,” do them again, Lord, in our time, through 21st Century believers!

Read more about the First Century “Acts of the Holy Spirit” by clicking here. If you are in the Nashville, Tennessee area come and experience the action of the Holy Spirit in person at The Salvation Army Berry Street Worship … Continue reading

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Modern Myth # 3 — Life Is All About Stuff

How much is stuff is enough? Our closets, basements, and garages are overflowing with stuff, but still we can’t get enough. So we call a charity to bring a truck and pick up our “old” stuff so that we will … Continue reading

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Life Rocks When Religion Becomes Real (Or, Night At The Theological Museum)

In the 2006 movie, Night at the Museum,  a night watchman at New York City’s American Museum of Natural History is shocked when the exhibits in the museum come to life.  His once boring job suddenly becomes exciting and challenging.  It is amazing the … Continue reading

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Didn’t You Know You’ve Got to Cry Sometime?

Diana Ross sings a song that asks this question:  “Didn’t you know you have to cry sometime?”  However, a popular myth in our day says: “Strong people don’t cry,” or “Real men don’t cry.”  Why, then, do they have tear ducts? The … Continue reading

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Christopher Columbus The Salesman

Most of us think of Christopher Columbus as a great discoverer, but he was also a master salesperson. Before he could sail, he had to sell. Before he could begin his voyage of discovery that changed the world, he had … Continue reading

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I Was Misled by Sunday School

When I was a child my family seldom went to church. Once, however, when I was in the third or fourth grade, we visited a Presbyterian church a few times. One Sunday, when I was attending Sunday school there, the … Continue reading

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7 Practical Ways To Like Yourself Better

Self-esteem is important.  If you don’t like yourself (who you know best) you probablly won’t be able to really like anybody else.  However, a poor self-image (also known as an inferiority complex) can be overcome.  You can actually like yourself.  Here are … Continue reading

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How A White Guy Experienced Jim Crow As A Black Guy

Black Like Me is the story of how John Howard Griffin, a white man, colored his skin black and traveled around the segregated, Jim Crow South in the late 1950s. The cover reads: “What was it like, really like to be … Continue reading

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Open, Participatory Church In The Early Days Of The Salvation Army

Here are some quotations from one of the most powerful and exciting books I have read in the past few years.  The book, Come Join Our Army, by R.G. Moyles was  published in 2007 by Crest books. “This book tries to re-create, with … Continue reading

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The Most Ignored Words In America

What are the most ignorned words in America? I nominate “Viewer Discretion Advised.” The content and attitude of most popular American TV programs prove that Americans use little or no discretion in deciding what programs to watch. My dictionary defines … Continue reading

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