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Love Her! Love Her!

If you are a Christian man who is married and in a position of leadership, I encourage you to humbly and carefully listen to this exhortation from John Piper. Here I am speaking directly to men who are husbands and … Continue reading

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The Saturday Post(s)

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

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Christian Religion in America

I just finished reading Eugene Peterson’s memoir entitled, The Pastor. It was thoroughly enjoyable, informative, and engaging. Peterson has a settled peace in his writing and reflections that always blesses me regardless of how I may agree or disagree with … Continue reading

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The Saturday Post(s)

Planned Parenthood Murders People – None of Their Other Services Matter. I appreciate the frankness of this piece. It is focusing. “What percentage of their business is murder? Doesn’t matter. What else do they do besides murder? Doesn’t matter. Have … Continue reading

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The Saturday Post(s)

Why Are Anti-Judgmental People So Judgmental? “There’s a growing trend I’ve noticed and have become concerned about: namely, that people who are anti-judgmental are SO judgmental of anyone else they perceive to be passing judgment. One, they’re often wrong; two, … Continue reading

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The Saturday Post(s)

Ashley Madison & Who You Are Online. “One of the great deceptions of the Internet is that it allows us to think there are two parts to us, the part who exists in real time and space, and the part … Continue reading

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Disagreement is Not Disloyalty

In reflecting on 7 lessons learned from 30+ years of pastoral ministry, Mark Altrogge hits a point that isn’t only relevant for pastors, but everyone. His point: disagreement is not disloyalty. Sadly, strong leaders sometimes interpret disagreement as disloyalty. Don’t … Continue reading

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