Monthly Archives: April 2013

Abortion and the Good Samaritan

Here is a really great article about abortion — not the most appealing topic to think about but a much needed one.  This article by Michael Spielman helped me expand my thinking on the issue and my bet is that … Continue reading

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Are Non-Christians going to hell? The above link is a “Tough Questions” interview of Tim Keller.  In the interview Keller explains his thoughts and understanding of the “Exclusivity” of Christianity and the relative consequences of believing and not believing.

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Finding your personal calling I have several friends who are looking for answers to their questions about the direction their lives should take.  Seeking wisdom and guidance is always worth consideration — even  for those who seem to be doing … Continue reading

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Mental Health Resources for the Church The above is a link to an article we published on the Exponential Network Blog following the tragic death of Rick Warren’s son, Matthew.  RMF

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Words of Caution

The following article by Johathan Leeman is the most reasoned and thoughtful piece I’ve read on the issue of “same-sex marriage.”  A person who does not take the Bible seriously or make it authoritative in their life will surely reject … Continue reading

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A Voice From the Past

I just came across this piece by Richard C. Halverson that was a devotional and prayer presented in the US Senate on Nov. 10, 1981, when Halverson was the Chaplain of the Senate.  Just imagine, over thirty years ago!  Of … Continue reading

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The Kermit Gosnell Tragedy

Any one who doubts the existence of evil need only check out the following Joe Carter article published by The Gospel Coalition. There has really been quite a brouhaha about the case and the story’s coverage, or lack thereof, by … Continue reading

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