Monthly Archives: February 2015

How old am I ?

A good friend, my college buddy and fellow NROTC student at the University of Missouri (Go MIZZOU!), Charlie Hoffman forwarded one of those ubiquitous emails to me that talks about aging. This particular forward along was a bit different in … Continue reading

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When God Speaks

In his teaching on Experiencing God,  Pastor and writer Henry Blackaby  describes ways that God communicates with us.  According to him (Reality #4): “God speaks by the Holy Spirit through the Bible, prayer, circumstances, and the church to reveal Himself, … Continue reading

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Discipleship: The Right Path to Purity

As a Christian I believe I am called to love God and love others.  The Bible describes the following dialog between a scribe and Jesus: The Great Commandment 28 And one of the scribes came up and heard them disputing with … Continue reading

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The Word and Me

  I love reading.  And, there is no book which I like nearly as much as the Bible, God’s Holy written Word.  It thrills me and has even prior to my being able to understand some of it.  I grasped … Continue reading

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Evangelizing the Lost

Our Panera Guys Group just started a study of 1 & 2 Thessalonians. This morning we covered 1 Thes. 1. I was impressed by the words of the Holy Spirit speaking through the Apostle Paul, more as a pastor than … Continue reading

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Media omits mention of faith

I have followed the work of Terry Mattingly for about twenty years.  Terry is an author, professor, and journalist who covers religion news. Since 1988 he has written the nationally syndicated column “On Religion” column each week for the Scripps Howard News Service in … Continue reading

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