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Ultimate Issues

Well, I’ve decided to add a new column to my blog today. Do you ever think about the big issues of life? With having busy careers, family time, marriage or relationship time, church life and other things….it seems we don’t think about life’s biggest issues. However, I believe we should. For one, it will give… Continue Reading

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“Sometimes Christians despise humanity and want to get away from everyone in order to serve God, but we don’t have to divorce humanity to follow Christ.” {Pastor Paul Sheppard} Continue Reading

Things That Make You Go Hmmm…8

Found this interesting and it is something that makes me go hmmm… “A man with a need for an attractive spouse feels good whenever he looks at his attractive wife. In fact, that’s what emotional needs are all about. When one of his emotional needs is met he feels fulfilled, and when it’s not met… Continue Reading

Things That Make You Go Hmmm…7

“If you can debunk God, then you can do whatever you want and do not have to be accountable to anyone.”  (Pastor Paul Sheppard) It isn’t interesting that many of these people will gladly give up their freedom to the government in exchange for “so called security” as a citizen. Things that make you go…Hmmm? Continue Reading

Things that make you go Hmm….6

Why are people offended when the cashier asks them for their ID at the checkout line. Since we live in a society that values youth over age, shouldn’t it be a compliment that a cashier thinks you are younger than you actually are? Things that make you go Hmmm…. Continue Reading

Things that make you go Hmm….5

“Our secular universities are committed to the deep and nuanced study of humanity. The more sophisticated you are, the more you tolerate ambiguity.” (John Sexton) Is this why a lot of smart, sophisticated people have a problem with Christianity?  Hmm…… Continue Reading

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“God doesn’t ask us to try to be successful by the world’s standards, but He does ask us to be faithful and He will give us everything we need, when we needed it.” (Randy Frazee) Continue Reading