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True, but not the Whole Truth

  As I peruse the social media world, it is interesting how often the discussion regarding Christian modesty arises. Whenever someone brings up summer attire, or the lack thereof, or even dares to venture into the discussion of modesty, (or as I like to say, the minefield) there are typically two, true sentences uttered: “The […]

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God’s Expectations 1

Every believer at some time or another probably wonders what God really wants of them. God knows all, possesses all, and doesn’t need anything, so what could I possible do for Him? What can you give to someone that has everything that they want or desire? You think shopping for your mate is hard, what […]


Saved to Work, not Sin

Ephesians 2:4-5 -But God, being rich in mercy, because of the great love with which He loved us,  even when we were dead in our trespasses, made us alive together with Christ—by grace you have been saved— The truth of the glorious Gospel is that we are saved by grace provided for us by the sacrifice of Jesus upon the cross. […]

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Spiritual Incrementalism – Giving

Here is my premise for this blog series – making small intentional changes will bring about a huge impact over the long haul.  People who study such things, generally say it takes 10,000 hours to become an expert in a field of study or a new skill. While the debate rages concerning how accurate that […]


Spiritual Incrementalism – Part Two

Just to review here is my definition of incrementalism: The method used in which desired changes are implemented gradually or in small steps instead of giant strides. In part one we focused on two concepts – we are sheep and we tend to wander off, thus the need to change our mind, or to use the Biblical […]

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