Category Archives: Commentary

Changing Our Paradigm of Death

Some religions celebrate death, certainly Christianity is one that should. I know of a religious sect that mourns the birth of a child and celebrates the death of a member with feasting and great joy. As Christians, we could learn … Continue reading

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A New Year’s Resolution

Redefining Purpose: I’ve been very neglectful of this blog over the past year. There are innumerable reasons for that, among them, a great deal of tragedy and suffering and the ministry related to it, but also family, travel, and a … Continue reading

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Speaking of Suffering

2 Chronicles 15:5 “And in those times there was no peace to the one who went out, nor to the one who came in, but great turmoil was on all the inhabitants of the lands. 6-7 So nation was destroyed … Continue reading

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What Would Amos Do?

Please forgive my absence over the past several weeks. Life once again interferes with schedule. It’s okay really, life is more important. In that time I have watched and listened in disgust to the developments of the presidential campaign, especially … Continue reading

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The Lot

The Castaways have just begun a study in the book of Esther. We had a read-thru on Sunday and some light discussion about a few of the topics the book introduces. One of those topics is the Jewish feast of … Continue reading

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Have Your Self a Merry Little Christmas

Please forgive me that once again I come out of the Christmas Holiday feeling disappointed and let down by it all. I just want to keep it real, but it never feels that way. In part it’s because of all … Continue reading

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