Monthly Archives: January 2011

CHRISTIANS AND POLITICS

Chuck Colson wrote an article recently in the October 10, 2010 issue of Christianity Today about Christians becoming weary of the culture wars that have been raging in America over the last decades. He said many have become “fatigued by … Continue reading

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HISTORY

Sometimes life can be difficult.  Sometimes we can become discouraged.  Sometimes  we even contemplate throwing in the towel.  Sometimes we forget the many faithful brethren who have preceded us in the Christian journey.   Sometimes the pages of history can remind … Continue reading

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ENCOURAGER-IN-CHIEF

After leaving the White House, President Harry Truman retired to Independence MO.  He decided to make a road trip from there back to Washington D.C. and New York by car.  He was traveling without security, just he and Mrs. Truman.  … Continue reading

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STANDING IN THE GAP

A study by the Barna group studied how different generations of Americans view the Bible. For the purposes of this study, the Mosaic generation comprised 18-25 year-olds; Busters were 26-44; Boomers 45-63; and Elders 64 and up. A majority of … Continue reading

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OUR GOD KEEPS HIS PROMISES

In my message this past Sunday morning I preached about Abraham’s call from God. In Genesis 11:27-12:9, we studied about 1) the receiver of the Divine call, 2) the review of the Divine call, and 3) the response to the … Continue reading

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AMERICA’S MOST DANGEROUS PLACE

When we think about the most dangerous places in America, we often think of the inner-cities of our country.  Or of late, possibly somewhere along the Mexican border.  As dangerous as these and other places may be they are nowhere … Continue reading

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“SO DADS, DO YOUR KIDS A FAVOR”

For decades, working moms have complained about the difficulty of balancing work and family life.  Recent surveys indicate that working fathers are now voicing the same concern.  Unfortunately, according to James A. Levine, author of Working Fathers (Perseus Press), many … Continue reading

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