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Under fluorescent lights, I realized forgiveness is priceless, but bitterness and resentment are costly to my well-being.
For many Pentecost is about speaking in tongues but for me it's about being on fire. What language would you like to hear preached and taught in church to get your goat - or, to set you on fire?
Where does your faith start? Where does it stop short or refuse to budge? Are you confusing faith with knowledge?
How do we know that God is good? How do we know God at all really? Aren't his credentials and references a little too good?
Folks at my church were told that while our donation of Easter Bunny Baskets is appreciated, religious literature of any kind - like Easter Greetings - is strictly prohibited.
We are used to scary movies. The "Texan chainsaw" dripping with blood or some weird wet woman getting out of the TV set to kill us. But what about books? Do books make our hearts and ears tingle?
What values does society and culture lift high these days? What about the church? Which values should they lift up—and don’t? What about you?
How should the church talk about money? Should it talk about money at all? Why is it so bad when it does?
Must religion be another Debbie-downer? Why do we have to hear such negative news in church?
Temptation - why is it so good and so effective? Why not give into it?
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