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What’s Jesus’ Message to Homosexuals?

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

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Are You a Sponge, Sword, or Stone?

Kevin DeYoung, in his excellent little e-book, “The Gift of Friendship,” offers a word picture that should make us all ask, “Which kind of friend am I?” We all know the proverb: “Iron sharpens iron, and one man sharpens another” … Continue reading

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10 Questions to Ask About Your Marriage

Kevin DeYoung recently posted ten questions he thought every married person could ask to assess the health of their marriage. They are money. Read and heed: 1. Do you pray together? 2. Do you still notice each other? 3. Do … Continue reading

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The Precious Gift of Boring

Kevin DeYoung reminds us that boring is something to be cherished: Talk to the parents whose house was flooded or whose kids won’t sleep through the night. Talk to the friend who has been sitting by the bedside of a … Continue reading

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What Sermon Topics Excite You?

Kevin DeYoung has an excellent post (as usual) titled Nine Marks of an Unhealthy Church. The whole post is definitely worth your time, however, I thought his first mark of unhealth was particularly intriguing and insightful. The more peripheral the … Continue reading

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The Scandal of the Semi-Churched

I read this post by Kevin DeYoung a long time ago and thought I would call my readers’ attention to it. It isn’t about the unchurched or the anti-churched, but the semi-churched folks within our local congregations. Kevin DeYoung writes: I … Continue reading

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The Saturday Post(s)

To Parents Who Have Lost a Child. “Losing a child is the most difficult and painful experience I can personally imagine. What do you say to someone who has lost a child? What can you say? And, perhaps more importantly, what … Continue reading

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