Dipping into the Community Pool: February 17

Today we offer you some excellent articles on our our speech and how we use it.  Nancy and I just finished a study on the book of James, so they served as an exclamation point for us.  Along with these, you will find a few other subjects of interest.  Have a great weekend!   This […]

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Dipping into the Community Pool: December 30

Hope you had a wonderful Christmas.  We’ve been enjoying some extra time with family and friends, talking about 2017, celebrating birthdays, and thinking about the new year to come.  As usual, you will find an eclectic mix of articles below, ranging from China to your old iPhone. 3 things you should know about religious freedom […]

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Dipping into the Community Pool: December 16

This week we start with some more tributes to R.C. Sproul along with a music performance at his church that we think you would enjoy.  Also, what’s the worst gift you can give a teenager this Christmas?  This one is worth a serious read.  Anxiety, angels, dangerous ideology, how to deal with supposed biblical errors, […]

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Besieged, But Not Taken

“Where faith begins, anxiety ends; where anxiety begins, faith ends.” George Müeller America may very well have a new favorite pastime that will never make the info graphic charts. It highjacks our thoughts, steals our peace of mind, and exacts a high price for the indulgence. It’s appropriately named, deriving its origins from a word […]

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Yesterday, Today, and Forever

Do you ever think about change, defined as a difference in a state of affairs at different points in time? Philosophers have been debating their various theories since the Presocratics. Remember Heraclitus’ famous statement, “No man ever steps in the same river twice, for it’s not the same river and he’s not the same man.” […]

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Little Faith

What are you anxious about today? There are so many things to choose from, especially if you watch the news or skim the headlines on a news site. I was reading the Sermon on the Mount today and noticed that in the middle of Jesus talking about anxiety, He communicates something for us to ponder:  “Consider the lilies […]

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All Your Heart

Trust issues. How many relationships have taken a great fall off this heaped-high mountain never to be put together again. And yet trust is so fundamental to human relationships. I believe the reason for so much of our pain lies in misplaced trust, trust in sinners just like ourselves who in this life will never […]

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