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At Calvary – Episode 38 – The Mid-Asked Questions from Google

The Internet. It is a cesspool of garbage and opinions. What the internet is really good at is as a database for information. It works like the old library card catalog. In fact, it is even keeping a record of … Continue reading

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At Calvary – Ep 18 – Heady Stuff… What is reality?

Of the first fifteen most commonly asked questions on Google regarding theology, one of those questions is, “What is reality?” What makes real, real? That is heady stuff! For some of us, that question seems obvious – it’s all around … Continue reading

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Bringing Back Graciousness

In our culture we hear people lament that there isn’t enough civility. Is it possible that in order to get our messages out we have chosen passion and lost graciousness? I personally think it is time to bring graciousness back. … Continue reading

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Ask a good question…

I have noticed that questions are effective tools for getting some one to talk. Questions (especially open ended ones) invite people to give their opinions or share their experiences. Questions also make people think. When thinking happens amazing things are … Continue reading

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Why Do I Believe?

This is a repost of some thoughts that I had last year around this time. I really do think that it does us good to be reminded why we first believed in Jesus, or if you don’t believe in Jesus … Continue reading

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Won’t Get What I Want

Have you ever thought about what you want from God? I know that I have. I know that I have little right to tell God to do things for me, but I also know that God’s Word tells me that … Continue reading

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Rejoicing in the time you are in

Consider these thoughts from Susan Alexander Yates. “Toddlers make mothers feel they have lost control of their families. They give orders like generals! They are unpredictable, and they constantly interrupt plans. The do-er mom who awakes in the morning with … Continue reading

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