Monthly Archives: November 2011

Marks of Mature Leadership – #2

The second mark which is present in mature leadership is the understanding and application of who we are in and through Christ. Leaders must learn to stand in the┬árighteousness of Christ, finding their victory and completeness in the finished work … Continue reading

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Really Want to Help?…Think Small

In the age of giant egos and “bigger is better” pop culture idolatry, it seems many evangelicals are biting into the same rotten apple as those who do not know Christ. The pride of man is always prodding individuals to … Continue reading

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Did Paul Make a Mistake at Athens?

I get many questions via email and personal conversations. One common one is, “Did Paul make a preaching mistake at Athens when he quoted Greek philosophers?” This question arises because many have heard preachers, some with strong personal conviction, share … Continue reading

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Letter From a Terrorist

The power of the Gospel never ceases to amaze me. Satan seeks to destroys people’s lives by keeping them from experiencing the truth that “God was in Christ, reconciling the world unto Himself.” (2Cor. 5:19) The dark veil of unbelief … Continue reading

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Leaven of the Pharisees

In a previous post, we looked at the legalism which comes from much of what is called ‘Messianic Christianity.’ You can read that here. Now let’s look at another aspect of the damaging work of legalism through other so-called branches … Continue reading

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Questions Concerning Calvinism and Arminianism

I get questions all the time via email, telephone and in person, as well as from postings on other blogs. I enjoy dialogue with men who think inside and outside the box, as well as investigating the need for biblical … Continue reading

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