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Your Impact 1

Every person is important and every life makes a difference. That is not just some hopeful statement to grace an Instagram post, but reality. Let me explain how this works. We just had our annual distribution of scholarship funds for young people in our service last Sunday. This year $7,500 was given to ten different […]

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The Shadowy Phantom of Church 1

Every church has at least one. In our gathering, I think we have several. This wispy, sneaky, hard to identify person or family is the center of many conversations. “We don’t measure up to them. We are not good enough for them. They won’t accept us because we are not like them. Everyone here does, […]


Invest in Fathers

(I shared this first over at ChurchCentral.com) In our anti-male climate, thoughts such as these could probably be scorned. Men are mocked, stereotyped, and sadly, considered as a necessary evil sometimes, yet if we hope to capture the next generation for Christ, men are the key. (Before the stones start flying, and, if there is […]

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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 […]


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Spiritual Incrementalism – Part Two

Just to review here is my definition of incrementalism: The method usedĀ in which desired changesĀ 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 […]