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How can we help the next generation?
Feb04

How can we help the next generation?

Each generation of teenagers has their own unique struggle when it comes to hearing and understanding the Gospel. My father’s generation struggled to find relevance in the way the Gospel was communicated. My generation wanted to know how faith and science worked together. But how do we reach this new generation? The times we are living in are not just divided by politics and moral issues, but they are divided by how we get our...

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WORDSLINGERS: The difference between solitude and isolation
Jan29

WORDSLINGERS: The difference between solitude and isolation

There is no doubt that we are created to be social creatures. It wasn’t good for Adam to be alone, and it’s not good for us to be alone. Too much time alone can lead to depression, which makes it even harder to launch yourself back into a social environment. However, there are times when it is good to be alone. How do we tell the difference between healthy and unhealthy alone time? Most people think I am an extrovert because, when I...

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Explaining godly morality to your kids
Jan02

Explaining godly morality to your kids

There is an aspect of Christian thought that falls into the moral philosophy category that all children should know. I know when I use words like “moral philosophy,” some readers might began to fall asleep. Such a phrase can sound like a discussion reserved for academics. However, this topic is rather easy and exceedingly important. There are ways of thinking about what is right and wrong that is different than what the Bible teaches....

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The Curse of Mary
Dec30

The Curse of Mary

Mary was a cursed woman. I know that isn’t something we normally say because the Bible says she would be called blessed for the rest of human history. However, in her time, she was near the bottom of the social ladder in every way. She was a Jewish woman living during a time when Jews were occupied by Rome, and woman were often treated as mere property. She had no vote and no voice in anything that went on around her. She was...

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Explaining Godly Morality To Your Kids
Dec09

Explaining Godly Morality To Your Kids

There is an aspect of Christian thought that falls into the moral philosophy category that all children should know. I know when I use words like “moral philosophy,” some readers might began to fall asleep. Such a phrase can sound like a discussion reserved for academics. However, this topic is rather easy and exceedingly important. There are ways of thinking about what is right and wrong that is different than what the Bible teaches....

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