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Podcast: We Six Kings

A few observations from Sunday’s sermon. Dale Ralph Davis said in his commentary on 1 Kings, “Sin is never creative but merely imitative and repetitious. Maybe you can sin with flair but you can’t sin with freshness. You can only ape what’s already been done. “

Devotional on Matthew 2.1-10

When we had to cancel church Sunday due to inclement weather (which never inclemented), we used Ustream to do a live video broadcast from my living room to share with Northstar Church and guests. Here’s the devotional thought from Matthew… Continue Reading →

A la carte: 20 year-old cluelessness, Milennials leaving the church?, 40-minute sermons too long?, Flickr alternative Trovebox

A la carte is a collection of articles and observations ranging from technology to church. In this entry:
Things 20 year-olds don’t get
Are milennials really leaving the church?
Are 40-minute sermons passé?
A Flickr alternative: Trovebox

The Love Deficit in the Church

On Sunday, I had the privilege of preaching at Valley Bible Church in Radford, Virginia. The message was titled The Love Deficit in the Church. I began with “Bon Jovi had it right when he said, ‘Shot through the heart… Continue Reading →

A conversational diet

From Northstar Church’s sermon Sunday. (Link) Let’s ween ourselves off careless, worldly speech that is focused only on the trivial and meaningless, and let’s begin a speech feast of grace, truth and beauty. Listen here.

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