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- Personal (Non-Scientific) Reflections on Millennials and the Church (Part Two)
- Personal (Non-Scientific) Reflections on Millennials and the Church (Part One)
- The Growing Desire for Silence in the Church – How Shall We Respond?
- The Abuse of Women and Our Response (Part Two)
- The Abuse of Women and Our Response (Part One)
- John on Andy Stanley Gets Hammered for Comments on Revival
- gregory a moats on Personal (Non-Scientific) Reflections on Millennials and the Church (Part Two)
- Eric on Personal (Non-Scientific) Reflections on Millennials and the Church (Part One)
- Phil Miglioratti on Jesus’ Greatest Desire for His Church on Earth
- Phil Miglioratti on What Has Love Got to Do With Unity?
Category Archives: Humor
“Windy City Temperature Conversion Chart” 60 F: Arizonians shiver uncontrollably, people in Chicago are still sunbathing. 50 F: Californians try turn on the heat; people in Chicago plant gardens. 40 F: Italian sports cars won’t start; people in Chicago drive … Continue reading
I am not sure who to attribute this humor to but it is worth sharing. A friend sent it to me recently. No dictionary has been able to adequately explain the difference between COMPLETE and FINISHED. However, in a recent … Continue reading
I do not recall where I saw the cartoon but it was one with Charlie Brown and Snoopy. Charlie said to Snoopy, "I hear you're writing a book on theology. I hope that you have a good title." Snoopy replied, … Continue reading
A home without children is quiet, sometimes too quiet. Most of the time my home is very quiet. But sometimes it is filled with the laughter of my grandchildren, who are a delight. But it is always filled by the presence … Continue reading
Today is All Saints Eve. It is also Reformation Day. This made me wonder about sin and the ages old debate about the consequences and depths of human sin. Luther said that sin bound us to spiritual death thus we were … Continue reading
A major contributor to our disunity can be seen in how we view one another as Christians. Because we hold differing perspectives on doctrine and practice we tend to become suspicious of each other. These stereotypes are real. Today I … Continue reading
I sometimes write about my wife, my children and even my grandchildren, but what’s up with the dog in various photos that you see of me? Well, what’s up is “Neo,” my ten and a half-year old miniature dachshund. Neo … Continue reading
One of my favorite persons is Steve Brown. He also does one of my favorite radio programs called Steve Brown Etc. Brown also teaches on Key Life, a fifteen-minute syndicated radio show heard around the country on around 300 radio … Continue reading
I have been deeply suspicious of the typical use of “altar calls” since I was a young child. First, every time I heard one as a five-year old kid I wanted to run forward, not walk. Who didn’t want to … Continue reading