Monthly Archives: April 2012

Off to Africa

This afternoon, my senior pastor and I are heading off to Africa. We’ll be spending the first several days of our trip in Ndola, Zambia, fellowshipping with brothers and sisters from around the world at a conference put on by … Continue reading

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Observing the Interweb: A Word for Dads, The Habit of Napping, Reading Classics, My Mom the Blogger, and more…

A Word For Dads – What you bring in the door after you come home from work has a gigantic effect on your family. This article is aimed at helping fathers and husbands redeem this most crucial time of day. … Continue reading

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Observing The Interweb: Jailed for Baptizing, Youth Ministry, Rock Star Worship Leaders, and more…

Jailed for Baptizing – This is only a glimpse at the type of persecution that is possible in a country opposed to the Gospel: A Shelby County mother faces contempt-of-court charges and possible jail time for baptizing her two children … Continue reading

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My Top 10 Songs

I’ve been sitting on this post for a while, but I thought it was about time I got it out there. A lot of people ask me what my favorite songs and bands are. I never have a great answer … Continue reading

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What Happened On Saturday

For almost 2000 years, followers of Jesus Christ have celebrated the cross and resurrection of Christ on Good Friday and Easter Sunday. And rightly so, For the Apostle Paul called these to events as “of first importance” for us. They … Continue reading

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Observing the Interweb: Civil Disobedience, Charles Hodge, Manly Last Words, and more…

Things are getting real out there – This is an interesting article about a recent display of civil disobedience by several ministers over the issue of contraception and abortion. It raises questions about the role of civil disobedience for the … Continue reading

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