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    Hugh Jackman Looking up to heaven

    Hugh Jackman, Meet Jesus

    Hugh Jackman is leaving the X-Men but taking the Road to Damascus. Next year he will star in a new movie on the life of the Apostle Paul. (So if you like Marvel comics and the Bible, you’re in for a treat.) The movie will be among the most high-profile Hollywood Christian production since Mel Gibson’s […]

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    To The People Who Have Abandoned Church

    Trust me. I get it. I’m not here to judge you. Actually, I’m more tempted to criticize the church for whatever it did to you. And I’m saying this as a local church pastor. One who has been in full-time Christian ministry for 15 years. One who knows that he’s part of the problem. I’m not proud of […]

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  • President Jesus

    The Illusion Of President Jesus

    When Jesus walked the earth, people wanted to make him king. They were good-hearted, well intended people, and they wanted to force him into a political role. But Jesus ran away.  Jesus, knowing that they intended to come and make him king by force, withdrew again to a mountain by himself. John 6:15 He had just healed the […]

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    Why I Hated The Happy Sonship Blog

    A good friend sent me this write-up in response to an article called, “Should Christians Drink Alcohol?” (Now titled: Jesus The Wine Drinker).  I applaud her candor and her willingness to continue the conversation. God knows every single one of my blog posts are an incomplete revelation; just one side of a story that has many. So enjoy […]

  • Father's Day

    The Greatest Present For Father’s Day

    “No visitors.”  It says that every time. Every. Single. Time. And every time it breaks my heart. How is it that a 3-year-old gorgeous (and adorable) girl, cannot get anyone to visit her? And how many kids are like her around the world? Loneliness and the feeling of being unwanted is the most terrible poverty. […]

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