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  • Location: Tyler, TX
Blog Entry | Christian Living >
I believe it is good to try new ways of looking at things that are familiar to us (especially Christmas and Easter).  If we don’t, the danger is that the meaning and richness of these days will become routine and mundane in our lives.  I don’t want this to happen in my life. Over the last several years, I have come across three very creative (and non-traditional) Christmas presentations.  I think these presentations are very well done and»
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In case you haven’t noticed, people are just not content these days. No matter how much money and possessions people have they still want more Contentment as defined by Easton’s Bible dictionary is, “a state of mind in which one’s desires are confined to their lot whatever it may be.” In other words, contentment is being satisfied in all circumstances.  To be content is to believe that what we have is sufficient and not to grumble and»
Blog Entry | Theology >
While I am by no means a Jewish scholar, I have come across some fascinating symbolism in the Hebrew roots of my Christian faith. In Leviticus chapters 23-25, God laid out seven distinct feasts that He expected His people to follow:Passover (Pesach) - also known as the Feast of Salvation commemorating the Exodus story Unleavened Bread (Chag HaMotzi) - yeast symbolized sin; they would search their houses and burn anything that contained leavened y»
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When considering how to “honour the overlooked,” we usually don’t need to look too far.  Author Max Lucado muses about how lepers were treated in the Old Testament, but illustrates how we do much the same today. He says: It seems harsh, doesn’t it? The banishing of a leper seems unnecessary. Of course, the ancient east isn’t the only culture to isolate their wounded. We may not build colonies or cover our mouths in their presence, but»
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In the 23rd Psalm, the shepherd boy (who became Israel’s greatest king) provides us with a portrait of the life-giving touch of God. Using a metaphor that he was only too familiar with, David compares the God of the universe to a herder of ewes and lambs – a shepherd. The image that emerges on the canvas of David’s heart is one of a God who faithfully provides for the needs of those who belong to Him. Those provisions have to do with physic»
Blog Entry | Culture >
Inspired by the movie, “Courageous,” Life Way is sponsoring a live “Men of Honor” simulcast this Friday, June 15 at 7 p.m. (Eastern time). The simulcast will feature the movie “Courageous” creators, actors and special guests live from the Sherwood Baptist Church in Albany, GA. More than 500 churches are participating in this project including at least one in each of the 50 states. “Courageous” featured police officers but is real»
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As I have mentioned in previous posts I loved going to summer camp as a kid and I strongly believe in the work and ministry of Christian camps.  I will always have fond memories of summer camp both as a camper and as a worker. This year, Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship will welcome more than 10,000 campers to its 10 camps across Canada. Located from coast to coast, these camps are well-known by the familiar names Circle Square Ranches and Pio»
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We don’t have to look to far in our world today to hear stories of broken marriages and relationships.  They are everywhere. Many marriages are failing and falling apart. The sad part is that with all this negative news on marriage we often forget that there are many marriages that are thriving and growing.  There are many marriages that are “beating the odds.” These stories seem to get overlooked. An inspirational love story»
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Are you a pastor or do you know pastors and church leaders? You know we all need to enlarge our hearts for the next generation and for the world, and the best place to do that is at Urbana 12, December 26-31, in St. Louis! Get the best of both worlds: the inspiring energy of being at a large conference with 20,000+ college students and young adults of the next generation, plus get fed and fueled through a cozier group of pastors and church leader»