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Aubry Smith reflects on the Incarnation and the messiness of Christ's birth. ...
Blog Entry | Men >
We have produced a society of experts. Everyone is really good at sharing their opinion. Everyone is entitled to their opinion. They aren’t entitled to share it. We act like we’re entitled to an audience. We have an enormous amount of people who will tell us what is wrong. Some ...
Blog Entry | Christian Living >
Anyone whos had some religious upbringing has probably heard of Joseph. He was mockingly called the dreamer by some jealous brothers. In short: God gave him some dreams and the ability to interpret them,  [ very rare gift that comes from God ] very few people if any has the real ...
Article | Bible Study >
Randy Richards' "Misreading Scripture with Western Eyes" cautions Western Christians against bringing their cultural assumptions to the great task of reading, understanding, and applying the Bible to their present-day lives. ...
Blog Entry | Christian Living >
Anyone whos had some religious upbringing has probably heard of Joseph. He was mockingly called the dreamer by some jealous brothers. In short: God gave him some dreams and the ability to interpret them,  [ very rare gift that comes from God ] very few people if any has the real ...
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Shawn Small warns against idolizing the Bible. ...
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[guest post written by David Brannock] But then you came. Several Advents ago I heard a story from a sermon by Rick Ezell. As I recall the story, one day a young wife and mother snapped and ran away. She answered her husband’s frequent phone calls but wouldn’t tell him ...
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Today I am 33. Barring any disaster, I will have lived longer than Jesus. Of course, I won’t accomplish as much as he did while he was on earth. But, he is God and I’m not. So there’s that. 33. It’s … Continue reading → ...
Blog Entry | Spiritual Growth >
If you have access to this post you are part of a very small percentage of the population. As of September, statistics show that 4-5% of the population own or have regular access to a computer. That most likely means that you also fall into a group of those whose ...
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A la carte spirituality is like going through the cafeteria line and saying, “I’d like the green bean casserole, the lasagna, and the strawberry cheesecake.” It’s picking and choosing whatever you like about God and reality from all of the religions, philosophies, and popular ideas ...