Tag Archives: Sermon on the Mount

Jesus Stopped

I started work on Mark 10:46-52 early this morning, preparing to preach the 10th and final week of Jesus Uncensored this Sunday at LifePoint. It is turning out to be one of my favorite texts in the entire gospel of … Continue reading

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Shining Lights and Burning Bushels

I sang a song in Sunday School growing up called “This Little Light of Mine.”  If you are familiar with the tune it is probably making its way into your head right now, and if you’re like me, you’ll be … Continue reading

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The Wolves in Pentecostal Sheep’s Clothing

As I attested to in my former letter, O Theophilus, I was born and raised (and have spent my entire ministry life) in Pentecostal churches.  I’m a native son.  Yes, my friend, I do speak in tongues on a daily … Continue reading

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Tebow Part 2: My Take

Tim Tebow: Pharisee or Disciple? was the most popular post in the 11 month history of 2thesource.org.  The intersection of faith and sports is certainly a hot topic.  We achieved the goal of stirring up “robust dialogue.”  Thank you for … Continue reading

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Tim Tebow: Pharisee or Disciple?

My hope is to stir up some robust dialogue with this post.  If you follow the NFL, or are in any way acquainted with the intersection of sports and religion, you probably know the name Tim Tebow.  In college he … Continue reading

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