Tag Archives: Christian worldview

Queen Esther

Now there was a certain Jew living in exile in the city of Susa in Persia, seat of the king’s now queen-less palace, named Mordecai. And Mordecai had a cousin named Esther whom he had taken in and cared for … Continue reading

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1 in 1,000,000,000,000,000

I am fascinated by the universe. I am fascinated by the billions upon trillions of stars and galaxies out there and the unfathomable distances between everything. I am fascinated by the stars burning so bright that we can see them … Continue reading

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What does your worldview do for the world?

Yes, I try to find common ground with everyone, doing everything I can to save some. (1 Corinthians 9:22 NLT) Worldview is critical to our thinking if we want to reach everyone, everywhere with the gospel of welcome — grace … Continue reading

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Big Game Rivalry Week

Rivalry week has come a little early here in southern California. Most of the west coast intra-state rivalries (Washington vs Washington St., Oregon vs Oregon St., Arizona vs Arizona St.) are having their games next weekend. But here in southern … Continue reading

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Walking with God

And Enoch walked with God: and he was not; for God took him. Genesis 5:24 KJV Sometimes I just love the King James version of the Bible. Enoch was and then suddenly he was not. How boring to say he … Continue reading

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Re-branding Christianity

I’M FOR THE SEPARATION OF CHURCH AND HATE — a popular bumper sticker that speaks a volume of truth. Every once in a while, it becomes necessary to refocus our sight. Who are we as Christians; what do we stand … Continue reading

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Look all around you

The first round of the Masters Golf Tournament today at Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Georgia will be a step back in time. The spectators will be unusually quiet and particularly observant. If you don’t know why, you could … Continue reading

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Mainstream Christianity is an oxymoron

I always know I’ve struck a chord when comments come in from all sides — email, Facebook, website, Twitter. One brother said his friends are being discipled more by Fox News than by the Holy Bible. Another said he’s displeasing … Continue reading

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