Tag Archives: Editorial

The Value of Opposition (Part 1)

There has been a shift in ideas in recent history toward a position that I would consider to be unbalanced in the early developmental process. After working as a social worker for a few years out of college, I learned … Continue reading

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He Is…

Hebrews 11:6 ismy favorite verse. Each time I read it I am captivated by how much wisdom is stored in such a simple sentence. Today, my spirit lingered over the phrase, “He who comes to God must believe that He … Continue reading

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Ad Hominem and the Execution of Hope

This weekend I was reading through the book of Acts and came upon the story of Stephen, who had the shortest lived ministry of the early Church. Voted to be one of the first deacons of the Church at the … Continue reading

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Oh, How the Times Have Changed

Recently I was talking with a great friend of mine about the incredibly obvious barriers between older generations and the youth. My friend is a youth pastor who stands in the gap between these two distinct worlds. As our discussion … Continue reading

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