Monthly Archives: December 2013

Don’t take the bait

The more I study the Bible, the more I see its direct application to my life. In every book, chapter, and verse, there is truth that I need to stand on each and every day. It is not a book … Continue reading

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Living word

I’m not sure how much time you’ve spent in God’s word. I hope it is a part of your daily routine. If not, I’d begin with John. It is one of the four Gospels that begin the new testament and … Continue reading

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What’s a pharisee?

What’s a Pharisee? In the strict sense, it was a Jewish leader in the time of Jesus. In a modern sense, it describes someone who claims to be religious, but has lost the real meaning of Jesus’ message. In John, … Continue reading

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On an island

I was forced to have an interesting conversation with my wife. Me: I have been called in to meet with the (high school) principal tomorrow. Wife: Oh my gosh, is our son in trouble? Me: No. It’s not him. Wife: Our daughter???!!! … Continue reading

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Take my hand: a leadership fundamental

The book of Acts describes the birth of the Christian church. The disciples and followers of Jesus began spreading the good news and fulfilling their leadership roles in establishing His beloved church. As Christians, we are also called to leadership roles in … Continue reading

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