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BLOG: What I will teach my kids about racism
Jun01

BLOG: What I will teach my kids about racism

Like many of us today, I find myself at a loss. I don’t know how to help heal the deep racial fractures exposed in recent days. I don’t know if I can. I understand the immediate frustration—the desire to swing at something—as forces beyond personal control press and re-exasperate already unfathomable wounds. If there were a button to change it all, I would press it quickly and forcefully. Sadly, no such quick-fix exists. Racism is a...

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DHD: Another prose in a pandemic
May29

DHD: Another prose in a pandemic

Greetings! All is going well. I have a busy weekend ahead, so let’s get to this week’s DHD! Thanks for reading! Stetzer on church openings I’ve mentioned before that Ed Stetzer may be the Christian national leader I trust the most. He’s definitely in the top five. He gave great insight and spoke as a voice of reason when the COVID-19 pandemic was beginning in March. This week, Stetzer gave excellent consultation on how churches should...

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BLOG: What God intended for good
May29

BLOG: What God intended for good

It’s unfortunate that today, the practice of “herbalism” is more often than not intertwined with ungodliness. Herbalism becomes spiritualism and many times crosses lines that God’s Word tells us not to cross. Like many facets of life, people take something that God made—something He even intended for our good—and they corrupt it with evil. James 1:5 tells us, “But if any of you lacks wisdom, let him ask of God, who gives to all...

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BLOG: All’s Not Quiet
May28

BLOG: All’s Not Quiet

As I sit down to write about the heartbreaking, shocking death of George Floyd and other African Americans whose lives we recently learned were taken, many thoughts and emotions are stirred. While it has been of some help to follow news reports and social media commentary about each of these individuals, it has been even more helpful to reflect back on conversations I have heard and had with pastors whom serve in predominantly African...

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BLOG: Christians and ‘Conspiracy’
May27

BLOG: Christians and ‘Conspiracy’

After 9/11, I recall that it did not take long for conspiracy theories to circulate around the internet. It seems that whenever there is a tragedy that takes place on the world wide stage you can be sure that fantastic stories surface and spread through pop culture. None of us would pay attention to the flat earth conspiracy (I hope) or if the moon landing were fake. Yet I sometimes see certain conspiracies floating around the...

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BLOG: Salvation and a ‘Christian artist’
May27

BLOG: Salvation and a ‘Christian artist’

In the past few days, yet another “Christian” band member claims to have lost their faith in God.  Some of my fellow believers they will say and think, “Well, that person just lost their salvation.” I will contend that this person was really never saved from the beginning. Caleb, how can you say this? According to Scripture, people who profess to know Christ at one time but later deny Him were never really saved, to begin with. First...

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