Monthly Archives: March 2017

Saint Patrick’s Day – Beyond the Hoopla and Green Beer

It seems that few today know the origins of Saint Patrick’s Day and the man whose day we celebrate.  The following article by Professor Edith M. Humphrey can remedy that for us.  And it does so not in just a … Continue reading

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God, Is That You?

About 20 years ago I was working through a study called Experiencing God by Henry Blackaby.  He made the statement that if you, as a Christian, are not aware that God is speaking to you then you have a serious … Continue reading

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What We Can Learn From A Navy SEAL

I loved all my previous jobs: the US Navy, right out of college, the FBI right out of the Navy, and the Christian ministry following retirement from the FBI.  I’ve long said that I simply wouldn’t know how things could … Continue reading

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More Is Not Better

I’m ashamed to admit it but I’m the poster child for clutter, disorganization, and stuff retention. Perhaps not to the point of being diagnosable as a hoarder, but probably not too distant removed from it. This is no exaggeration. Just … Continue reading

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Activism as Idolatry

Todd Wilson is a hero of mine.  He is brilliant but a more humble man of God I’ve yet to meet.  I’ve always loved his writing and leadership but more than anything I’ve admired his passion for the lost, those … Continue reading

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