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Remembering Ravi Zacharias
May20

Remembering Ravi Zacharias

When one thinks of Christian apologetics, many appropriate descriptors come to mind. One may think of a soldier with a sword attacking the lies of the enemy. An apologist is a fighter. One may think of a protector with a shield guarding the once-for-all Gospel delivered to the saints. An apologist is a defender. Yet Ravi Zacharias, one of the world’s foremost Christian apologists, saw his role quite differently. Ravi saw himself not...

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The Time In-Between
Apr29

The Time In-Between

We are all in a state of in-between. In-between comes with a lot of questions: When can we go back? Are we okay right now? What’s happening that we don’t know about? One thing that brings me solace in a time of in-between is that the Bible says a lot about this state of being. In fact, most people in the Scripture who sought to follow God did so in a state between a time of stability and a future state of rest. Some followed well....

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What Doesn’t Comfort Me About Jesus
Apr20

What Doesn’t Comfort Me About Jesus

What comforts you about Jesus? My immediate thoughts run to His grace, mercy and love. In fact, when considering many of the songs we sing and literature we read about Jesus, much of it focuses on the comfort of these divine attributes. Yet when I consider what all of these things have in common, in some ways they can all be used as means of self-justification. We often want to use God’s grace as a license to sin. We want to use His...

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Strategic Grading for Strange Schooling
Apr02

Strategic Grading for Strange Schooling

Many families have wrestled with the question of whether or not to homeschool their children. For a variety of reasons, some families choose to utilize the home as the primary education environment, and that’s OK. The struggle to direct time, resources and energy in this direction is worth the cost for these families. For others, their path may be investing the same time, resources and energy in other ways for the strategic education...

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Loving small in big times
Mar17

Loving small in big times

You could tell he had been sent on a quest and was about to return home a hero. The trucker cap tipped a bit too high revealed the beaming face of the hunter bringing home the prized game. In his arms, he awkwardly lugged four large packages of Angel Soft toilet paper and was emerging from the Wal Mart aisle against the current of others rushing for whatever scraps were left. Like many others wondering why they were rushing to buy...

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