Monthly Archives: February 2012

Is “Christian” an adjective?

Presently we are in the middle of a sermon series entitled: Recovery Road. This series is the brainchild of Andy Stanley and NorthPoint Ministries and they help you reproduce the series for your congregation by providing sermon ideas, graphics, videos, etc. (at … Continue reading

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My True Name

My favorite reading, no surprise I’m sure, is theological in nature. However, I also enjoy several secular type of books. I like law/crime mysteries of which among my favorite author is John Grisham. Periodically I like a good western novel like … Continue reading

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Will I live autonomously or dependently?

Every once in a while leaders get depressed. Oh, not the clinical kind but just a heavy dose of “woe is me.” It can happen when some deep difficulty arises or when what you expected to happen doesn’t. It can … Continue reading

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Book Review: When Work and Family Collide

When Work & Family Collide is actually a reprint of an earlier book titled Choosing to Cheat. I personally thought that title was excellent as it caught your attention and made you wonder why a Pastor would write such a book. Gives it … Continue reading

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Why do you vote for who you vote for?

We are in a sermon series entitled: Recovery Road. (www.faithchristianchurch.com if you would like to hear messages.) An upcoming message addresses why we vote for who we vote for. Would you help me by completing this poll? Thanks in advance.

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Book Review: Planting Missional Churches by Richard Stetzer

Being “missional” is a buzz word in Church Planting circles and so the very title of this book intrigued me. We in the USA have long felt we were a “Christian nation” (although I personally have difficulty making “Christian” an … Continue reading

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Ode to Dad

February 21, 1927, a day that will certainly live in my memory. My Dad is here this weekend to celebrate his 85th birthday. Wow, 85 years! It’s kind like the guy who watched a friend being buried in a new, … Continue reading

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And so it begins…

Has it been months or even years that I’ve considered blogging? I’m not exactly sure but I feel as if I now have been “pushed” into it. How does one get pushed into blogging? I could spin a yarn and … Continue reading

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