Category Archives: Faith and Theology

A Shot in the Dark

Yesterday, July 13, 2024, there was an apparent assassination attempt on former president, Donald Trump. I suspect that there will be a lot written about this and discussed by television pundits and the like. But I would like to take … Continue reading

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A Unique Witness-7th Day of Easter

1 John 5:9-13 9 We accept human testimony, but God’s testimony is greater because it is the testimony of God, which he has given about his Son. 10 Whoever believes in the Son of God accepts this testimony. Whoever does not believe God has made him … Continue reading

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Dream Church – Dogs, Dancing and Daylight

I have a dream church. It wouldn’t be to everyone’s taste. I have friends who love going to mega-churches with professional preaching, professional musicians, and professional productions of the service. It is a sort of Broadway production in their hometown, … Continue reading

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HOW BIG IS GOD’S TENT?

I ran into another old man at Island Jo’s coffee shop. I liked his haircut and asked him about his barber. As in many small towns, this led to a rather extended conversation. He told me that he had been … Continue reading

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The Root of the Fruit

Jesus tells a parable that reveals the key for figuring out the source of a leader’s authority and that by which we ourselves are motivated.

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