Tag Archives: Religion and Spirituality

Sermon Recommendation: Watch out for the ‘self-esteem’ sermon

Brian Gilley talks about why we need to hear the Bible preached (even preachers do!), warns against humanistic philosophy that can creep into “Christian” music and sermons, and reminds people what their hearts are really like. Hint: The Bible says … Continue reading

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What I’m Reading – September (and a Giveaway)

At the end of each month I try to post an update of the books I’ve started or finished and a bit of what I’ve thought about them. Here is that update, with a twist (keep reading to find out … Continue reading

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Two Great Sermons in Less Than an Hour

Got 40-50 minutes? After listening to music on my commute for a couple of days, I settled on sermons for this morning’s drive. And in the 40-50 minute total drive time I was able to listen to two awesome ones … Continue reading

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Revolt in Secular Quebec

My most recent Daily Dispatch for World has been published. I tackled the uproar over a religious symbols ban proposed in secular Quebec, Canada.

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Five Surprising Things You’ll Learn from Crucifying Morality

One of best things about life getting back to normal is that I have time to read again. This past weekend I finished up Pastor R. W. Glenn’s book: Crucifying Morality: The Gospel of the Beatitudes.” I’ll admit, I’ve always found … Continue reading

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Refreshed and Encouraged

This morning was the first Sunday I was back at my own church in a couple of weeks due to some traveling. I love to travel, but three trips in four weeks was a little too much. But what I … Continue reading

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Pet Peeve: Quoting from the Pulpit

I really have been disconnected from the discernment blogosphere in the past couple weeks, because I didn’t know anything about this until yesterday. “This” being the concern over John MacArthur favorably quoting Dallas Willard many years ago. The first I … Continue reading

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