Monthly Archives: August 2010

In Justin’s sermon this past Sunday he mentioned how Paul, while not quoting chapter and verse of Scripture, gave a message on Mars Hill that was rich with Old Testament theology. Here’s a chart from Clinton E. Arnold’s “Acts” commentary … Continue reading

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Self-Less

This past week I was meeting someone for lunch. In the hustle of the “got-to-get-to-and-from-lunch” traffic a mom in a nice SUV stopped in the middle of the road to talk to some lawn maintenance workers. I was right behind … Continue reading

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Let The Arrows Soar

Last night Kristi (my wife) read me a quote from the book Shadow of the Almighty, Elisabeth Elliot’s life and testament of Jim Elliot (one of the four missionaries murdered by the Auca Indians of Ecuador in 1956 that has … Continue reading

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Noticing God

This past week I had the great privilege to go up to Hume Lake Christian Camp for a few days. I make this trip every year not only to bring care packages to our students, children, and counselors, but to … Continue reading

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Yep, God is Still in Control

Sometimes with the state of affairs of life we can start to wonder what’s going. We get hit with financial issues, relationship issues, work issues, medical issues, family issues, marriage issues, even political issues, and it all is overwhelming. If … Continue reading

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