Monthly Archives: July 2013

Today the florist – Tomorrow the minister

I am a member of (subscribe to) the Presidential Prayer Team and receive daily devotionals to help me better know how to pray for the President, various government officials, and our country.  The Devotions are titled “Vantage Point,” and are … Continue reading

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Focus

I just received a blog from Pastor Jim Abernathy.  Let me just say that it got my attention and I was able to focus on it all the way through to the end.  RMF As I came to a stop … Continue reading

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Getting Up The Mountain

The following is an article by James Emery White which appeared in his Church & Culture blog.  He deals with pluralism and the way our society is going with respect to “religious” belief and practice.  I hope you appreciate, as … Continue reading

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Accepting a Complement with Grace and Class

Wondering how to respond to an honest complement? Brett and Kate McKay thoroughly explore the topic in a great article  which appeared in their The Art of Manliness blog. The link to the article follows: RMF http://www.artofmanliness.com/2013/07/15/how-to-accept-a-compliment-with-class/

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The Cost of Leadership As a basketball fan and as an admirer of LeBron James’ skills I was happy to come across the following article (see link below) by Brian Dodd, a leadership consultant.  The posting contains an excellent compilation … Continue reading

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Same-Sex Marriage: Good or Bad for the Church? As you process the apparent shift in legal standing and public opinion concerning the nature of marriage, and specifically the consequences for the church, the following link to an article by Trevin … Continue reading

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God’s Judgment?

The Bible has a lot to say about God’s judgment and a number of examples of it are recorded.  With as much evil as we see unfolding in the world and particularly a clear slide away from biblical principles and … Continue reading

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