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Faith Sharing isn't an option

Faith Sharing Isn’t an Option

[featured-img] When I was preparing for last week’s message on Courage Regenerated, I was struck with an insight I’d never noticed before. In Matthew 10, Jesus commissions twelve disciples to be apostles (a disciple is someone who follows and an apostle is someone who is sent). He then launches into a lengthy training discourse to prepare […]Read more »
Cost-Benefit Ratio

Life Upgrade Cost-Benefit Ratio

Isaiah was a priest with cushy state-supported job. But he turned his back on prestige to become a prophet when God called. Saul was a silver-spoon spoiled Hebrew kid with a Harvard-level education and a lucrative position with the Pharisees. He literally had it all. But he turned his back on power, wealth, and status […]Read more »

Can You Be a Christian and Not Go to Church?

[featured-img] This week’s question is one of the most prevalent queries I’ve received. It’s been asked by avid golfers, fishermen (and women), and a number of others who weren’t really “into” attending church. “Can’t I be a Christian without going to church?” Once upon a time, I used to believe, “Yes indeed, you can be […]Read more »

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