Dear Dallas, Ten years ago, I came to you. We visited here and it was what we were looking for. It was what my wife and I both wanted. We completely fell in love with Dallas. To live out our faith, to have a family and to be working contributors to society, this is the perfect … More Dear Dallas,
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Week 6 Vol 3 So far we have established why new churches need to be started. We have put out there that we are going to be one of those churches that will be starting. In this post I wanted to further illustrate what it means to be invited into God’s story.…
Many years ago while reading a book titled, “A Tale of Three Kings,” by Gene Edwards, I realized there are only two types of leaders. This is not to say their are not thousands of different types of leadership, or different gift or talent mixes. What this means is there is an either/or principle … More Are you David or Saul?
Originally posted on The Isaiah 53:5 Project:
Archaeology and history say otherwise “On the whole … archaeological work has unquestionably strengthened confidence in the reliability of the Scriptural record. More than one archaeologist has found his respect for the Bible increased by the experience of excavation in Palestine. Archaeology has in many cases refuted the views…
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This world is no friend to grace. A person who makes a committment to Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior does not find a crowd immediately forming to applaud the decision or old friends spontaneously gathering around to offer congratulations and counsel. Ordinarily there is nothing directly hostile, but…
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