Tag Archives: Moralism

4 Mini Book Reviews

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One of the privileges, and sometimes curse, that I have as a manager for a ministry is to receive a great deal of books from authors and publishers looking for my review, recommendation, and potential interview. The problem with all of … Continue reading

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What’s Your Church Actually Teaching?

Years back I saw a picture in a child’s play room that quoted I Corinthians 14:40 “But all things should be done decently and in order.” It was meant to encourage the children to clean up after themselves. The problem with this is … Continue reading

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Sermonette: I Can Do All Things

“I can do all things through him who strengthens me.” Philippians 4:13 This is probably the most popular verse in the book of Philippians. It gains popularity in our media as being the most tattooed verse on sports figures and the … Continue reading

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Accuracy, Intimacy, and Action

I have found, in my limited time in ministry (though I’ve ministered in hundreds of churches) that there are really three types of people in the world: Thinkers, Feelers, and Doers. The tendencies of people are often manifested in one … Continue reading

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A Christian Balancing Act

The Christian life is not cut and dry or black and white. There are a lot of factors that play into a believer’s walk with Christ. Because there are so many variables, the Christian experience is going to be very different … Continue reading

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