Why Jars of Clay is Still one of My Favorite Bands

Why Jars of Clay is Still one of My Favorite Bands.   (Supporting Dan Haseltine’s comments and Christina Love)  (DISCLAIMER: This is an exhortation, we are all covered in grace, please take it with a grain of salt.)              So this week Dan Haseltine of the Christian Super-Star band Jars of Clay took to Twitter …

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Why We Are Not All Called to “Go”

Why We are Not All Called to “Go.”   (Making Disciples too)                 “If you are not going to a foreign country, you are not doing missions.” “But what if I’m not called to go to a foreign country?” “Mr. Faulkner, the bible says “go” does it not?” This is how I imagine …

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Dear Sisters; Discerning His Intentions.

Dear sisters; Discerning His Intentions     I love interacting with people. In one of the many forums that my last GHFT Entry (Good Men Exist…Godly Men Exist) I was asked what a Godly Woman should do if she sees a “Godly Man” trying to gratify his sinful desires. It is an excellent question, so …

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FIRED UP: Good Men Exist…Godly Men Exist

Good Men Exist…Godly Men Exist (Fear of Godly Men)               “I’m afraid of you, are you afraid of me?”             “I’m terrified of you.”   I do not know why but as I was reading the first book in the popular book series Divergent this particular scene between the main character Tris and her …

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Avoiding Schizophrenia Or Finding the Middle Ground

Avoiding Schizophrenia Or Finding the Middle Ground               Authors Note: This article covers two extremes, understand biased will be shown. They are two opposite extremes. One makes people think we are crazy and the other makes people we think we are stiff and judgmental. Yes, I’m talking about what New-agers have dubbed Emotionalism and …

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