Category - Culture

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Our Racial Conundrum
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Why I Signed My Name On The Nashville Statement
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A Matter Of Life
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Are We Producing Cymbalic Fruit?
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Leadership Is More Than A Greasy Pole

Our Racial Conundrum

For those who read this blog post, please know that l am first and foremost a believer in the awesomeness of Jesus Christ and have devoted my life to declaring his name (and awesomeness) among all peoples. I primarily work this out by working with mostly smaller churches and ministry nonprofits through the Association of Christian Nonprofits.  That being said, I follow many christian leaders on social media and absorb a lot of differing views[…]

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Why I Signed My Name On The Nashville Statement

  There have been many social media posts over the last day or two regarding the Nashville Statement. For those who are not up to speed, the statement was created by The Council on Biblical Manhood and Womanhood, was endorsed by a coalition of scholars, pastors, and other leaders, and is comprised of 14 affirmations and denials, addressing issues related to human sexuality. This public statement, by dealing with sexuality in this age, in our[…]

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A Matter Of Life

On March 31st, Arizona Governor Doug Ducey, signed SB 1367, a piece of legislation that gives instruction that all physicians in attendance during an abortion procedure to “see that all available means and medical skills are used to promote, preserve and maintain the life of the fetus…” In other words, if a baby endures the abortion and is living, physicians are not allowed to simply let that baby die. This piece of legislation seems straightforward and[…]

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Are We Producing Cymbalic Fruit?

I have been working on a manuscript for a while now about my view on the modern western church. I was reading over the first four chapters again the other day just to see if I really wanted to pursue it any further. After all it may have been an exercise to get something off my chest and not really something suitable for publication. Today, I saw a Facebook post regarding an article in The[…]

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Leadership Is More Than A Greasy Pole

SOLITUDE AND LEADERSHIP: If you want others to follow, learn to be alone with your thoughts Consider these paragraphs: “So what I saw around me were great kids who had been trained to be world-class hoop jumpers. Any goal you set them, they could achieve. Any test you gave them, they could pass with flying colors. They were, as one of them put it herself, “excellent sheep.” I had no doubt that they would continue[…]

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