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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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  • Myths About God

    7 Myths About God, Debunked!

    We all have our version of what God looks like; a design created in the jumble of culture, family, Hollywood and church. You know, Myths About God. But Jesus is what God has to say. Jesus is who God is perfectly. And any other version of that is a screwed-up messed-up idea that misrepresents Him. Bill Johnson said it best: […]

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    #NationalSendANudeDay

    #NationalSendANudeDay And The Kingdom Of God

    But where sin increased, grace abounded all the more. Romans 5:20 Yes, this is the world we live in, and as crazy as this may sound, Jesus sees every single one of those #NationalSendANudeDay pics, and he remembers worship. Let me explain. Jesus had close encounters with raw sexuality. Twice in the Gospels we read of […]

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    Discussing Why Children Are More Likely To Be Molested At Church

    There is an article circulating the web that demands our attention. The title reads: Children Are More Likely To Be Molested At Church Than In A Transgender-Friendly Bathroom.  Yes, it seems to have an agenda: to silence the Christian community and their concerns with the new bathroom guidelines that both Target and the government are presenting. But if our […]

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    So Should Christians Drink Alcohol?

    Jesus The Wine Drinker

    Jesus was a wine drinker. That’s right, the Son of God (who never, ever sinned) drank red wine. On multiple occasions. His very first miracle was turning water into wine. Not grape fruit. Wine.  And the very best (finest) kind. The water that became wine at the Wedding of Cana was actually the ceremonial water for washing. […]

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