Monthly Archives: July 2017

Welcoming you to go to hell

…You travel over land and sea to win a single convert, and when you have succeeded, you make them twice as much a child of hell as you are. ~ Matthew 23:15 Continue reading

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Inconsiderate Believers

On a Samaritan’s Purse mission trip, lights out is 10 pm and lights on is at 6 am. Regarding the lights on, I take that to mean that lights are not to come on before 6 am. I do not … Continue reading

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Getting the kids out of bed

Diane and I woke up in Greenbrier County WV this morning for another short term (week long) mission trip.  We are sleeping in a church. This week there are about 50 high school kids around the church campus working with … Continue reading

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How the enemy steals and destroys

Sometimes I talk a good game, but I do fear the devil. I read about what he did to Job. I see how he takes down pastors, church leaders, and public professors of faith like Hugh Freeze. Continue reading

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“I am tired of all the negativity on Facebook”

Let me begin by saying I am not tired of all the negativity.  No, wait.  That does not sound right.  What I mean is that the title of today’s post is to make a point.  As far as negativity, I … Continue reading

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Maybe one more prayer will do it

Bart Millard from MercyMe shared a testimony about how he feels about his son who has been a diabetic since he was 2 years old.  His son is now a teenager.  He said as they were leaving a doctors appointment, … Continue reading

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If 80% of the church is lost

I do not know what we can do about the fact that the world judges the church by the 80% of the church that is not committed to Jesus. Continue reading

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