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Blinded by the eclipse

How was this small moon able to conduct such a powerful feat? Even though it is 400 times smaller than the sun, it is 400 times closer to the earth. This fact is true about most anything in our lives. The things which we draw closest to us are the things that garnish the most attention and tend to block other more significant items.

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Dealing with messy people

  In November of 1999, I finally submitted to fulltime ministry for Christian men who were trapped in sexual sin. I had become aware of this affliction in the early 90’s while working in a Christ-centered inpatient psychiatric program and witnessing its devastating grip upon Christian men. I had also been involved in Christian sexual […]

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Learning from failures

Genesis 14:11-1211 Then they took all the goods of Sodom and Gomorrah, and all their provisions, and went their way. 12 They also took Lot, Abram’s brother’s son who dwelt in Sodom, and his goods, and departed. (NKJV) Living in an exceedingly wicked place cost Lot everything but his life. You would think if you lost everything you […]

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Deflated Integrity

We have been trying to trick our selves into believing we can hide from God ever since Adam and Eve attempted hide and go seek with the Father. Lets blow up our deluded definition of integrity and let’s try a new and more accurate one. Integrity is what we do when only God is watching.

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THE JOURNEY OF AN ANONYMOUS PASTOR – Part 4

Have you ever said you’re sorry to someone or to God only because you got caught or because it benefited you to do so? I know that I have. I am not a stranger to false repentance. False repentance is saying, “I’m sorry for ________,” when in reality you plan to do it again when […]

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