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The Church: A Beautiful Mess – Part 1

The Church: A Beautiful Mess – Part 1

When my kids were little, I remember coming home to a house that was a disaster, with toys and stuff everywhere and my wife was completely worn out. I could tell that it had been one of those days! As I looked at my three kids playing in the midst of the mess, I thought to myself, This is my beautiful…

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12 Leadership Insights from the Book of Nehemiah by Author Warren Wiersbe

12 Leadership Insights from the Book of Nehemiah by Author Warren Wiersbe

Blessed by these insights from the book of Nehemiah by Warren Wiersbe. If you are involved in any type of leadership this is worth the read. 1. He knew he was called of God The worker who doesn’t have a divine calling to the work is like a house without a foundation or a ship without an anchor, unprepared for…

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What Will You Leave Behind?

What Will You Leave Behind?

I was thinking today about that glorious day that is coming soon upon the earth; the day known as the rapture of the church. Yes, I still believe in the rapture! That day Paul talks about in 1 Thessalonians 4:16-18, where Jesus comes, not to the earth, but to the clouds, and where His bride is caught up to meet…

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How We Misunderstand ‘Love the Sinner, Hate the Sin’

How We Misunderstand ‘Love the Sinner, Hate the Sin’

I read a great article in Relevant Magazine today that I thought was well-written and worth sharing on the subject of how we interact with a brother or sister who is in sin. Read it and I would love to hear your comments.  – Pastor Rob How We Misunderstand ‘Love the Sinner, Hate the Sin’ There’s a difference between loving…

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The Glory of Your Name!

The Glory of Your Name!

We have been singing a new song recently at our Church called “All to Us” by Chris Tomlin. It is a great worship song that is an anthem, declaring that Jesus is all to us. There is one line in the song that resonated with me because it is a great description of what I really desire to be the…

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Your Purpose?

Your Purpose?

“Chariots of Fire” is one of my all-time favorite movies. The story of the Scottish Olympic runner, Eric Liddell, is so inspiring. Liddell was a man of faith and conviction. I love the part in the movie when his sister is trying to get him to give up running and to go to China to be a missionary. She is…

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Generational Church?

Generational Church?

I had lunch recently with a friend of mine who is in his twenties. Yes, I do have friends who are in their twenties and I value their opinion, insight and creativity. We were discussing how many of the churches that are on the rise and gaining notoriety today cater their services to people under the age of thirty. My…

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