Monthly Archives: February 2009

Wipe your feet

(Thanks to The High Calling for publishing the following article. It is reprinted with permission. You can read the article here.) As a boy, my mother routinely reminded us to wipe our feet when we dashed into the house at … Continue reading

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The terrible option of me

I must admit, a life without God has a certain appeal. No one to hold me accountable. No one to make me feel guilty. No one to tell me right and wrong. And you probably feel the same way. But … Continue reading

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Like it or not, we are different. There is a distinct difference between those of the world an those of the way. There is a worldview, a fundamental difference between those who live for themselves and those who live for … Continue reading

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Losing your job

The authors of this blog have been blessed to be continuously employed through these tumultuous times. Of course, this could change tomorrow. But millions have lost their jobs. And millions of others will lose their jobs this year. Are we … Continue reading

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Disneyland exposed

Disneyland. Perfectly manicured. Well organized. Not a piece of trash. Everyone smiles. It’s a well-oiled machine, perfected over decades. They have a stellar reputation. But behind the scenes it’s work – hard work. The truth is that each day the … Continue reading

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When Doubt is good, part 2

“Doubt”…continued, Read part 1 here It has been said that the unexamined life is not worth living. I would like to offer another variation of this process: The unquestioned faith is not worth professing. The Bible suggests that the seeker … Continue reading

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When doubt is good

“There lives more faith in honest doubt, believe me, than in half the creeds” — Lord Alfred TennysonA few years ago, I entered a fishing derby. These derbies are traditionally filled with anglers who look for the proverbial “whopper” in … Continue reading

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