Monthly Archives: January 2013

What “Headline” Had Your Heart This Morning?

My guess is that you did not wake up this morning thinking about the “blessing of Abraham.” Most likely you awoke to any number of other “headlines,” such as, the impending workday and all you had to do; getting the … Continue reading

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How Radical Are Your Prayers?

Taking up Luke 11:8, Ray Ortlund exhorts us to pray with impudence in 2013. What does this mean? Let’s consider Ortlund’s explanation and see how our prayers are transformed in the New Year for the greater glory of God. *** I … Continue reading

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In Memory of George Veliz

Sorrowful Yet Always Rejoicing In Memory of George Veliz January 17, 2013 As sorrowful, yet always rejoicing; as poor, yet making many rich; as having nothing, yet possessing everything.  –2 Cor. 6:10 *** Before I had the honor of meeting … Continue reading

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New Year, Same God

Love the post below by Ray Ortlund. He titled it appropriately, “Better Than New Year’s Resolutions.” Amen. *** “I am the Almighty God, able to fulfill your highest hopes and accomplish for you the brightest ideal that ever my words … Continue reading

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Praise the Artist

We marvel at photographers like Trey Ratcliff who took this picture. As we should. But more than praise the work of man we should praise the One who made this majestic waterfall in Yellowstone National Park. God did this.

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Redefining Church

At the dawn of a new year, how can the church in America best position itself to reach the under 30-year-olds among us? This is the question countless pastors around the country are asking. And it was the topic of … Continue reading

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