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Why Bother?

Why Bother? Initially, the emphasis is on eternity. You want to be a Christian so you can be certain you’re in the right line after you die. And if Heaven and hell turn out to be fictional,...

Hardcharger

In the USMC, “hardcharger” was a term you used to describe someone who was motivated. They were constantly striving for excellence and all the while being the kind of person you wanted to...

Faith Versus Fiction

You’ve heard the statement “It takes more faith to be an atheist…” I’ve concluded that when you’re conversing with a non-believer, that’s not a strategic contribution to the dialogue....

Higher Education

So, Peter and his crew have been fishing all night. They know what they’re doing. They do this for a living. But despite their best efforts, they haven’t caught anything and you can imagine the...

The Tyranny of the Urgent

The Dictionary defines “tyranny” as “cruel and oppressive power.” When you consider the context of the title of this post, it makes sense. Here’s the situation: You’ve got several plates...

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....

There is Such a Thing as “Muscular Christianity”

Think about this: Being fit spiritually needs to be approached with the same kind of resolve that one deploys in the context of being physically fit. Reason being is that I’m not going to...

Thomas Jefferson at Ten Years Old

It wasn’t that long ago if you were old enough to work, you were an adult. That means by the time we were getting our Learner’s Permit, George Washington had already completed surveying...