Monthly Archives: January 2013

ANOTHER Controversial Tweet from a Christian Leader! [Religion/Politics]

I don’t know if you’ve heard the news, but another individual with a huge platform in the Christian world has said something that is ruffling some serious feathers.  When is it going to stop?!  When are Christian leaders going to … Continue reading

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Why is “Mission” Critical?

I wish I had a dime for every time I’ve heard the word “mission” or one its cognates over the last 10 years.  I would retire to Vermont, where I would live in a mission-dime funded mansion, writing books and … Continue reading

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Controversial Obama Tweet

I had a good discussion with a fellow pastor here at LifePoint today about a controversial subject that has been debated in various circles this week.  It involves the pastor of the largest church in our state (Washington), and a comment he … Continue reading

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Men, Women, and War

I found this article yesterday that I thought was spot-on in regards to the subject of men and women and their roles in combat.  What do you think? Click here to read.

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One of my favorite guys: Pastor Jim Swanson

“…receive him in the Lord with all joy, and honor such men…” Philippians 2:29 We have the opportunity as we begin our day today at LifePoint, to honor a man who I’ve had the privilege of calling “pastor, mentor, and … Continue reading

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J.C. Ryle on Unbelief

Here is an extended quote from the message this morning on Mark 6:1-6.  “We can never be too much on our guard against unbelief. It is the oldest sin in the world. It began in the Garden of Eden, when … Continue reading

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Do Right Doctrine Right

Right doctrine is so important. The word used in the New Testament for doctrine means “teaching,” or “that which is taught.” Right doctrine is therefore right “teaching” or “teaching which is correct or sound.” Why is right doctrine so vital? … Continue reading

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