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Let's Keep the Main Thing, the Main Thing

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Knowing and Worshipping Christ Over the years, building Lego projects has been a fun and treasured time with my kids. Once, I helped one of my boys build his new Star Wars Lego spaceship. This was the biggest Lego building project of his (then) young seven-year-old life. So as much as I wanted the spaceship to be brought to completion within a 12-hour day, I wanted him to...

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Going Beyond the Call of Mere Duty

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Serving Out of Gratitude Rather Than Obligation   Some time ago, during the holiday season, I came across a Ralph’s employee who, upon charging me for my items, said, “Looks like you are prepping for a big breakfast!”  “Yes,” I replied, “It’s a family tradition.”  I looked at her name badge, and observed that...

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Make a Stand for What You Believe and Reject

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Teaching Truth and Refuting Error There has been a subtle shift in the last 20 years or so in various evangelical circles. It is not that “professing” Christians say that doctrine does not matter “at all,” but that we should not just be defined by “what we are against.” Instead, we should be defined more by “what we stand for.&rdq...

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Book Review of "Every Good Endeavor"

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The Christian in the Workplace One of the suggested books from our “spiritual disciplines” series a couple of years ago was Every Good Endeavor: Connecting Your Work to God’s Work, by Tim Keller. In his book, Keller states “… in this book we will do what we can to help illuminate the transformative and revolutionary connection between Chris...

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Putting "Freedom" in Perspective

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Freedom to Love the Lord and Love Others One of the “privileges” that we enjoy in our great country is “freedom.” Freedom of speech, freedom to worship publicly, freedom to have a certain sense of autonomy, and to pursue happiness as individuals along with our families. Each of us as Americans enjoy this freedom and ought to have a profound sense o...

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