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My Stagramming#pennylanedill today you are 3 years old and our family is 3 years richer because of it. . You’re my joy and my delight. . . . #dillivinCelebrity sighting. Had to get a picture and an autograph. #bigfan #daisyjanedillDaisy has begun to make me crafts to decorate my classroom with. They have become my most prized possessions that bring me joy every time I look at them. I wonder if this is an analogy of how God sees our worship through Christ: pleased with great joy over our offerings because we are His beloved children (1 Peter 2:4-5; Heb. 13:15). #daisyjanedillFrozen 2 with cuz. #dillivin2 out of 3 ain’t bad. #dillivinSome roses & their thorn. #dillivin
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In a review of two books (one by Matthew Vines and the other by Ken Wilson) that argue for the acceptability of monogamous homosexuality for the Christian life, Tim Keller makes an insightful point about those who change their view … Continue reading
Alan Shlemon gives a good, clear, and concise answer to a very relevant question. For more resources on how we can love our homosexual friends and family, check this out.
You Are Not Your Sexuality. “Jesus teaches us, and in His life He shows us, that sex and romantic fulfillment is not the key to making ourselves complete. Jesus was, after all, the most fully human and complete person who … Continue reading
A few days ago I was hanging out at the beach with about ten high school students from our church. As we were baking in the sun, one of our new students asked me, “Pastor Dana, what does the Bible … Continue reading
But Jesus Never Said Anything About Homosexuality. “If you’ve ever claimed that Scripture says homosexual behavior is a sin, there’s a good chance someone tried to correct you with, “Jesus never said anything about homosexuality.” It doesn’t matter what Bible … Continue reading
Have you ever noticed how TV “debates” about homosexuality between Christians and non-Christians often go terribly wrong for the Christian? In the course of such shows, the Christian almost inevitably ends up looking like a prejudiced knave and the supporters … Continue reading