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Are you sure you are “good to go?”

Can you imagine serving in your church, living morally and doing or saying all the right things and then finding out that you are living a lie? We can serve with our gifts, we can teach Sunday school and even host small groups in our homes, and yet still become the false converts Jesus spoke […]

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When we hear the latest conference message or read the newly-released book on how to be a radical sold-out follower of Jesus, there is one thing that many of today’s popular speakers leave out: Repentance. The “R-Word” is rarely seen in emergent-progressive writings. It’s often seen as an “ugly” or negative, judgmental word that seekers […]

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Do We Really Love God and Our Nation?

The Book of Habakkuk is probably one of the least read books in the entire Bible.  We hear and read a lot about the great prophets like Daniel, Isaiah and Ezekiel, but Habakkuk seems to be treated as an obscure little book, ignored by many Christians.  But as I study and pray on this ‘obscure […]

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