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Category Archive: Discipleship

The God Gap

  The Traveler’s Gift “The Final Summit” is a book by Andy Andrews. He’s an author that has a fascinating testimony of how he went from being homeless, living under a pier in the...

The Difference Between Facts and Truth

Assessment versus Response A “fact” is an accurate assessment of a situation. “Truth” is an accurate response to a situation. While the two words are often used interchangeably, it’s...

Duck Dynasty (Part Three) – What Tolerance Truly Is

The challenge is: How do I talk with someone in a way that make Christ look appealing when their whole approach to life and morality is based on a platform that dismisses Biblical Absolutes as...

Duck Dynasty (Part Two) – More Than Strategic

Honesty, Compassion, Equality and Kindness The recent comments of Phil Robertson, as far as his disagreeing with the homosexual lifestyle is neither inaccurate nor cruel, they’re just not welcome....

Duck Dynasty (Part One) – Earn the Right to be Heard

“Duck Dynasty” is the most successful show in cable television history.1  Recently, Phil Robertson, the patriarch of the Robertson family and founder of the “Duck Commander”...

Your Everyday Gauntlet

A Gauntlet is most usually thought of as the armored glove worn by knights of old. It also refers to an ancient form of discipline where a criminal was forced to walk between two columns of...

The Guy With the Five Talents

  Have you ever considered the individual featured in the Parable of the Talents who was given five talents, invested them and was able to report to his master a return of five more? It’s in...

Christ’s Mass

Christmas literally means “Christ’s Mass.”1 It’s a church service that commemorates the birth of Christ. I remember the first time I put those two words together and it was one of those...

Science 231

When I was in 8th grade, I was given the opportunity to participate in an accelerated program that gave future freshman the chance to take “Introduction to Chemistry and Physics.” It was also...

What Would Your Billboard Say? (Part Two)

Here’s the challenge: Design a billboard that promotes Christianity without mentioning Heaven or how Christ helps you with your problems. What would you billboard say? Last time we talked about...