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Post-Election Emotions

This election did not go as I had hoped… I had hoped for someone I could be more proud of… so I will pray that he becomes that man.  Don’t get me wrong, I woke up on November 9, thankful for an outsider heading to Washington. I am thankful for a president-elect who has promised […]

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If I Have Gay Children

A RESPONSE to John Pavlovitz John Pavlovitz’s original article was posted on his blog. It was very stirring & made me think. Thanks, John! Sometimes I wonder if I will have gay children. I wonder if any of them will end up divorced, wealthy, in a live-in relationship, abused, overseas, addicted, homeless, or if they will be married […]

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Questions about the KJV

If I’m honest, I’d say that I’ve really shifted on my KJV-only position lately… in large part because I there are a few questions that I just can’t answer. And as James White said: “When we hold to or attempt to defend a position that cannot be justified, we do damage to the best position we might take.”

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When DOMA Died

When I heard the news, I sat in sober silence for nearly a minute just pondering the repercussions. I wish down deep that they had ruled in favor of DOMA, yet when pondering the sovereignty of God and His glory that will come out of this (Romans 8:28), I’d have to say that I see at least two good things that should come of this…

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Empowering Reasons to Say IDK

For years, I just couldn’t say it. I don’t know why, but I would say anything except those dreaded three words. Three simple words: “I don’t know.”  Why are they so difficult to say?  It’s because we have to admit a measure of ignorance.  It’s humbling.  But I want to encourage you to not fear […]

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3 Things I Learned from Joel Osteen

A wise man once said that he could learn from anyone… did you catch that?  He was wise… because he didn’t let anyone stand in his way of growth.  Not their successes or their failures. Not their preferences, their convictions, their methods, their mannerisms, their eccentricities.  We would be wise to learn from this as […]

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