Monthly Archives: April 2014

The Word of the Day – Gigolo

The Word of the Day is “Gigolo”, as defined by Louis Prima:

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The Ungodly Doctrine of Servant-Leadership

[A couple decades ago there was this young college student named Karen Dabaghian who sang and played guitar in the worship group I was part of at church. Being in my late twenties, I was way older then Karen and … Continue reading

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The #1 Way To Live The Christian Life!

The sermon last Sunday included this line: The only person who has ever been able to live the Christian life is Jesus Christ. (Jeremy White.) For those thinking this is cause to despair of our own inability to live the Christian life, … Continue reading

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Cedarville Might Want To Stop Calling Itself A University

One of the things I get to do in the courtroom is hear people’s requests for changing names. There was the little boy whose parents wanted to change his name to better reflect their faith and culture. Other people seek to honor … Continue reading

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James Bond and the Bible

A quick comparison: Sean Connery made seven James Bond films while George Lazenby made one. Paul shows up in chapter after chapter of the book of Acts while Philip gets little ink in comparison. Connery defined the role of James Bond and went … Continue reading

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When Repentance Isn’t

Originally posted on A Travelogue of the Interior:
High profile Christian leaders are dropping like flies these days. First went Bill Gothard, founder and leader of the hugely influential Institute in Basic Life Principles. He was accused by more than…

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Whose Fault?

[Today’s guest post is from Jeannie Prinsen, a wonderful thinker and writer on faith and family. Head over to her place once you’ve had a taste of her writing here.] *** The Fault Is Not In Our Stars, But In … Continue reading

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A Naughty Quote That Will Help You Know Jesus

Jesus didn’t come to make naughty people nice. Jesus came to make dead people alive. Jeremy White, Valley Church

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How To Play The Kazoo – a musical blessing

I created this video as a public service to my readers. That’s the kind of guy I am, a giver.   ***

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Resurrection Greeting (and a touch of Easter humor)

The angel said to the women, “Do not be afraid, for I know that you are looking for Jesus, who was crucified. He is not here; he has risen, just as he said. Come and see the place where he … Continue reading

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