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Only Your Convictions Know the Answer

How are we to pursue holiness in this hideous world? Only your convictions know. We passed the tipping point a long time ago, and that tipping point has thrust upward into a vast mountain. The gulf between our society and … Continue reading

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Faith and Pedophiles

What happens when a pedophile becomes a heart-led servant of Christ? If you go by the experience of mainstream American Christianity, you don’t have a clue. The mainstream churches have no plan for dealing with moral and spiritual recovery of … Continue reading

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Covenant Manhood 07

The Covenant is its own reward. The Covenant of Christ is equivalent to the term Biblical Law; Christ Himself is the Living Law of God. Your obedience is not simply some burdensome task that grants you a certain religious identity. … Continue reading

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Covenant Sexuality

This is long and it’s going to be hard for some of you to understand. If you are too deeply pickled in the Western mythology of romance, you may be revolted by some of this. If you are able to … Continue reading

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Teachings of Jesus — Matthew 18:1-6

Up to now in Matthew’s narrative, Peter often took the lead in things because he was the eldest of the Twelve, and apparently the largest physically. But Jesus had not yet designated who would hold what position in His future … Continue reading

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What We Are

Continuing my encouragement of parishioners in building a Christian Culture, let’s look at some things people might notice. We aren’t Greens, but we have a powerful affinity for nature. You cannot distinguish between peace with God and communion with Creation. … Continue reading

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Don’t Surrender Your Kids

It’s all finger-pointing and blame-shifting. The teachers complain that parents don’t know how to raise well-behaved children. Parents say the teachers spend more time with their kids than they do at home, which makes the teachers the dominant influence in … Continue reading

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Teaching the Young

If you follow what I teach here, you realize quickly how powerful it is. At the same time, you realize how few people will taken interest. It’s a paradox that those of us who understand Creation and God’s revelation best … Continue reading

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Grok Kids?

People with a lot of unfinished business from their own childhood don’t do well with kids. From my experience with kids and watching others with kids, it would seem that’s the number one cause of doing so poorly with children. … Continue reading

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Reviewing things I’ve seen in the past few weeks provokes a few thoughts about faith. The biggest barrier remains the vast pool of cultural thought patterns, by which false images become associated with Scripture. People understand the words well enough, … Continue reading

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