Monthly Archives: September 2015

How to Encourage Kids – Rachael Ray gives a lesson

Rachael Ray’s Kids’ Cook-Off has been a favorite show to watch in our house. Season after season I see ten year olds cooking better than I ever could. They get a lot of help from Rachael as she mentors the kids … Continue reading

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What to do with Decaf on National Coffee Day

In honor of National Coffee Day, I offer this advice on drinking decaf: Enjoy.

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Why Jesus Says It’s Fine To Light Up

This was the sunrise from my driveway today: Seeing it, I couldn’t help but think of Jesus, who said: “I am the Root and the Offspring of David, and the bright Morning Star.” (Revelation 22:16.) Which reminded me of other … Continue reading

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The Ungodly Doctrine of Servant Leadership

[From the archives.] Servant leader? Where’s that in the Bible? The Bible talks of servant servants – that is, servants who serve other servants. They came to Capernaum. When he was in the house, he asked them, “What were you … Continue reading

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Why I Hashtag – a guest post by Jeff Fiet

[I met Jeff Fiet on Twitter and have enjoyed reading his wisdom and having fun with his word games there. In today’s guest post he gives wisdom about playing around on line.] Paul & Barnabas’s Excellent Adventure #XianMovieMashup This was my … Continue reading

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The Conference Every Mega-Church Pastor Should Attend

  Warren Throckmorton posted a transcript of a mega-pastor who explained to his church why he would not be with them personally at almost every weekend service. Instead he will preach on stage the first weekend service and then the remaining … Continue reading

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Immigrant Bashing or Open Arms – a Christian’s choice

[From the archives.] Jonathan Merritt posted an article today entitled Four Reasons Christians Should Support a Pathway to Citizenship. Each of his four points are well stated, although not all of his support is exclusive to Christian doctrine. Some of … Continue reading

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Scripture Balloons

[From the archives.] As the rain and the snow come down from heaven, and do not return to it without watering the earth and making it bud and flourish, so that it yields seed for the sower and bread for … Continue reading

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America Is Not A Christian Nation

Today marks the 228th birthday of the United States Constitution. Happy Constitution Day! I hope you bought enough candles for the cake. To commemorate the day, let’s remember this: The United States is not now and never has been a Christian … Continue reading

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Zipporah, the woman who mediated with God for her husband

I’m reading through Exodus at the moment and came to a passage that has puzzled me every time I’ve read it. The story picks up as God tells Moses he has a job for him to do with Pharaoh and … Continue reading

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