Monthly Archives: October 2017

What Is That!?

In all fairness I don’t know the man, and I don’t know much about the church he pastors except that it has the name Lakewood Church, and it’s located in Houston, Texas. So all I can observe are my perceptions … Continue reading

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Will Today Matter?

A good friend of mine is doing great work to a very harassed people group who have been oppressed in their mother country and now face oppression in foreign countries. He works with refugees in central Europe, and yet he … Continue reading

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Don’t Fence Me In

This is a real picture of what I walked out to yesterday morning before I went to church. I was completely fenced in by one of the 25 grad students (not really 25 but if feels that way) living across … Continue reading

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Human Trafficking In The Bay Area

One of the people in my church has been really captivated by God’s heart for the oppressed. Krista has shared with our church leaders this video of a talk given by Betty Ann Hagenau. Betty Ann is a former college … Continue reading

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Hurry Leading To Delays

In our North American culture it’s way too easy to rush our way through life, trying to get ahead, build a life, and work for a better tomorrow for our family. But a pastor friend of mine recently shared some … Continue reading

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Mad At God And Trusting God

As a pastor, I find myself sitting with people at very dark moments in their lives asking very hard questions about God and feeling very strong emotions about God. Sometimes I watch people who dearly love God, wrestle with admitting … Continue reading

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Agnostics Acting Like Believers

I wince every time I read a new report revealing the fact that followers of Jesus, in America, don’t really live all that differently than unbelievers and agnostics. In a report written over a decade ago, Ronald Sider summed up … Continue reading

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