Some Tips for Christians at Halloween

With Halloween only a few days away I thought I would share a few tips on how Christians might navigate this day of the devil… Don’t call it “day of the devil.” For the VAST majority of people, Halloween has little, to nothing to do with devils, Satan, Satanism, or worshipping anything…

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Present for the Story

One of my favorite things to read about is the time Jesus was walking through the streets surrounded by a huge crowd of people and turns to his disciples and asks, “Who touched me?” Ha! Seems like a ridiculous thing to ask considering the crowd. His disciples thought so too,…

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SCOTUS and Marriage Equality

The Supreme Court of the United States ruled today in favor of making marriage equality, particularly for same sex couples, the law of the land. For many individuals, this decision gives great cause for celebration. For others, it raises feelings of anger, frustration…and fear. The Church should be a champion for equality under the…

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RFRA: Religious Freedom Restoration Act

Trying to understand the RFRA (Religious Freedom Restoration Act) that was recently signed into law here in Indiana may not be as simple as ‘yes’ or ‘no’ but most would agree the confusion surrounding the intent of the law has generated not only strong reaction but strong emotions nationwide. I find…

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Masks. We all wear them. We wear them to cover up blemishes, brokenness, shame, guilt, etc. We wear them throughout the week and if you go to church, especially on Sundays. You know the look, “I’ve got this all together and am quite successfully managing all of the various emotional, spiritual,…

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