Monthly Archives: September 2010

Mishandled – Sin

What is sin? If you’ve been to any childhood sunday school class you’ve heard that sin is anything that displeases God. While this is true, it leaves a lot open to interpretation. As a result it’s been misused to present … Continue reading

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Mishandled – Conscience

What is typically suggested about conscience probably falls short of authentic biblical teaching on the subject. Though it may not be intentional, there are some believers who would like to take on the role of the Holy Spirit and be … Continue reading

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Taking the week off

This week I won’t be able to get a post up. It’s just been too busy, but in a good way. This Saturday I’m finally going through my Ordination Council! I’ve been waiting close to six years for this, and … Continue reading

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Mishandled – An Introduction III “The Action Over Motivation Principle”

Isaiah aptly warns of us of the the Word of the Lord in Isaiah 29:13. “Inasmuch as these people draw near with their mouths And honor Me with their lips, But have removed their hearts far from Me, And their … Continue reading

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Mishandled – An Introduction II “Generational Differences”

The problems occurring between generations are based on preferences, routines, and prejudices. What we are familiar with is what we’re comfortable with. Whether you want to admit it or not, your culture plays a major part on how you see the world and how you relate to other generations. Continue reading

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