Tipsy Christians

Posted in Church Life on February 26th, 2013 by (918 views)
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I’m very grateful that my family is financially secure. Part of that is my wife and I both have good jobs. Part of that is we try to make wise decisions with our money. Recently, I’ve felt led to be more generous with my money is one specific area, tipping. Not too long ago a […]

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The Words of Fools

Posted in Christian Living, The Bible Says... on October 28th, 2009 by (1,101 views)
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This past Sunday in my sermon, I eluded to the fact that we are a part of a society that likes to talk, talk, talk–unceasingly expressing our unsolicited opinions. We put our opinions out into the world as if the world depends on them, as if people desperately need to hear from us. What may […]

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The Importance of Church History or Why Dead People Matter

Posted in Christian Living on October 1st, 2009 by (981 views)
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Studying church history is often given the gracious descriptors such as boring, tedious, endless, and unproductive. I’ve utilized these terms myself, especially when captivated by educational shows like “The Office” are playing on the television. In fact, I must admit that I enjoy “The Office” so much that I record it every week. If I […]

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