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Merry Christmas 2016

December 31, 2016

Each Christmas season Christians everywhere get invigorated and overjoyed at the prospect of celebrating the birth of their Savior, Jesus Christ. When we sit back and reflect on His birth and subsequent death on the [...]

Spurgeon on Leadership

December 31, 2016

Key Insights for Christian Leaders from the Prince of Preachers by Larry J. Michael. I really enjoyed this book! What a blessing! [...]

Slave Now Soldier

December 31, 2016

A slave of Satan roams this worldly wilderness but lost. A Christian soldier meets him in the way, His message clear: "and whom do you say Jesus Christ is today?" And suddenly, within that other realm a battle [...]

PART II - Following Adoniram

November 28, 2016

Following Adoniram - Leadership Lessons (PART II) Almost two hundred years later God has called another Brown graduate (class of 1983) in the Baptist tradition to set out to leave Christ’s marker on various parts [...]

Following Adoniram - Leadership Lessons

November 21, 2016

PART I: Down through the ages Brown University has seen a host of their graduates leave an indelible mark on the people they come into contact with. Posterity will view many of these Brown graduates as men and women of [...]

Blessings in India

November 18, 2016

Where do I begin? How do I put into words the blessings and memories of India in any meaningful way that will convey its lasting spiritual significance on the attendees? There were so many precious moments and teaching [...]

Inside the Four Walls

November 03, 2016

There has been much talk within fundamental Christian circles along with a group of main stream conservative political talking heads that says our First Amendment rights could be greatly jeopardized in the years and [...]

C.H. Spurgeon on Spiritual Leadership

October 20, 2016

This is one of the most important books that you will ever read! Next to the Bible of course! This book is written by Steve Miller. [...]

The Joy of Hoop Trundling

October 14, 2016

The childhood game of hoop trundling has been around for many centuries and can be traced back to the days of ancient Rome, Africa, Greece, Europe, and even the Byzantine Empire of the first century. It was a terrific [...]

Soaring Down Snowball Mountain

September 21, 2016

Many of us snowbirds (a.k.a. Northerners) can look back to our formative years with great delight at the immergence of the winter season’s first snowfall. The leaves had long since fallen to the ground and withered [...]

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