Monthly Archives: February 2011

Evangelism

Evangelism is an interesting subject.  If you’re a Christian, you probably feel pressure to in some way take part in it.  If you’re not a Christ-follower you probably feel pressure to avoid anyone who feels pressure to in some way … Continue reading

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True Success

How do we define “success” in ministry?  How do we measure the success of a ministry, pastor, or local church?  I presume that normal people probably don’t think about these kinds of questions, but if you’re in vocational ministry, these … Continue reading

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Get Relevant

In church ministry a constant adage encourages us to “make the gospel relevant to people living in today’s culture.”  Being culturally relevant could be likened to a sacred badge of honor we all seek.  I think we believe that as we “get … Continue reading

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Narnia: The Last Day

The final paragraph of the final Narnia book by C.S. Lewis gives us a beautiful picture of what lies ahead… “And as [Aslan] spoke, He no longer looked to them like a lion; but the things that began to happen … Continue reading

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When God Says “Light”

One of my favorite passages in all of Scripture is what is known as “The Prologue” in John’s Gospel; John 1:1-18.  He begins in John 1:1-5 In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the … Continue reading

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A “Yes” To Every Prayer

I received a question the other day about a couple tricky Scriptures that have to do with prayer.  The question was on these two verses in John: John 14:13   13 Whatever you ask in my name, this I will do, … Continue reading

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Beyond Belief

I love baseball.  I’ve played and followed it since I was 5 years old.  One of the great stories of the last few years in the baseball world is the story of Josh Hamilton.  In his autobiography, Beyond Belief, he … Continue reading

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