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Evil; hate and intolerance, is real and ugly and toxic in this world. We must overcome it. It is, unfortunately, all too common among men of and from all ages. We have witnessed this evil at home and in years past as terrorist have devastated our country. Recently, in the attacks on our embassies and countrymen abroad we continue to witness this truth, as we have in murderous attacks and violent aggression throughout the Middle East by men ranging from very young to their fathers and grandfathers, as have their ancestors before them. This ongoing conflict is oft ...

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Look up “gender” in the dictionary, and you will probablyfind “sex” as its definition. As if the words were interchangeable. In the not-so-distant past, “gender” referred only togrammatical fields. But in 1955, a sexologist suggested that wedistinguish between biological sex and gender as a way of distinguishingbetween male and female. Another fifteen to twenty years passed before his ideacaught on. In the 1970s, the field of gender s»
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'The iChurch Method Vols. 1 + 2' | Jason Caston
Church communications consultant Jason C»
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This month was so much more than I expected. I knew so little about the Lutheran Church, I didn’t even know about LCMS vs ELCA. But through research (and your comments!) I am much more informed. This was also the first month I consciously chose to visit two different types of one denomination. I attended an LCMS first, and I noted it reminded me of the Episcopal Church. But then I attended an ELCA, and realized that particular church was even m»
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If someone were to ask you what your mission field was as a man, what be your response?  Many men will tell you it’s where they work.  I know many men who work in less than desirable conditions with people who are lost, and they believe God has placed them where they are to be light in a workplace filled with darkness.  I believe that may be true, but there is another mission field more important that we often at times, tend to overlook.»
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An Open Letter for Unity in the SBCby a Young, Reformed, and Restless Minister    There has been much buzz in the virtual world concerning the newest confessional document promoted by my non-Calvinist brothers. There have been many great responses to this document. Some were rightly cautioning fellow Calvinists (Reformed) to be respectful and gracious such as this response here and others such as this one critiqued this d»
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How many of you are like Linus over there and totally hate someone? Okay, maybe not hate, but how many of you “severely dislike” someone in your life? It could be a co-worker, a classmate, your boss…a member of your family… Chances are, there will be some people in your life that you won’t really like. It’s natural right? We’re all so different and sometimes those differences just get in the way…. O»
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Posted on February 27, 2012 My normal “job” on this blog is reviewing books.  I have told you before that I chose that job because one of the ways that I draw near to God is by learning.  That is why I like to read books.  Notice I didn’t say I like to read.  Reading is work for me, but learning is fun.  I like to read books that help me learn more about God’s design for our life together.  One of the things that I have learned ab»
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Summer may seem like a far-off dream right now for many young people who have been so unceremoniously yanked from the leisurely days of Christmas break back into the frenzied start of a new semester. But now is the time to start planning the best summer of your life. Project Go is a summer missions program for college students and recent graduates who want to serve orphans and vulnerable children. Students can serve in Peru, Kenya, Russia, the Ri»