Monthly Archives: October 2011

Should Christians Celebrate Halloween?

Since we are coming up on Halloween weekend, I thought I would share a quick thought about Christians and Trick-or-Treat. No matter how entrenched you are in your opinion of how Christians should participate or even respond to Halloween, it … Continue reading

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A Postscript for a Real-Life Fairy Tale

On Sunday, Bill preached on one of my favorite books in the Bible – the book of Ruth. (Bob McCaskill is doing a five-week study of the book right now on Wednesday nights). This book is so beautiful, and the … Continue reading

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Protests, Poison, and Perspective

As I write this morning, protestors are back out on Wall Street (again); political rhetoric is heating up on the airwaves; newspaper editorial pages are filled with angry letters, and Facebook walls are plastered with acidic rants. From the outside … Continue reading

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Courageous – A Quick Review

Last Saturday, I had the pleasure of seeing COURAGEOUS, the new movie by Sherwood Baptist Church. Since the movie is in the forefront of a lot of conversations right now, including a Top-6 showing at the box office last week(!), … Continue reading

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The Search For Beauty

What does true beauty look like? Does our culture even know? Is beauty defined by pagaents, where contestants strut around in bathing suits and formal wear? Does it have to do with the right hairstyle and the correct diet and … Continue reading

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