Monthly Archives: May 2017

The Crisis of Our Day

Leadership is the great crisis of our day in the church.  Such an observation has been made by many.  The Bible relates many examples of leadership.  Consider Ezra.  In the closing events of the Old Testament when GOD’S people were … Continue reading

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How Do You Explain GOD?

How do you explain the fact GOD had no beginning?  Or explain His omniscience (all knowing) or His omnipotence (all powerful) or His omnipresence (everywhere present)? The problem with trying to explain any of these is that we are trying … Continue reading

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Cinco de Mayo

A number of years ago before our younger son graduated from the local university, his mother and I had an evening out that we laugh about to this day.  It was not unusual for us to go to the college … Continue reading

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