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Correcting False Views Of God

Introduction God’s character is described in detail throughout His Word. Sometimes when we read Scripture, we have a difficult time reconciling the words that describe God with our own understanding of God. This may happen because our knowledge of God has been influenced by factors which caused us to develop a false view of Him. […]

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Conflict is my new best friend

Who likes conflict? Hmmm, I don’t see any raised hands or hear any resounding “I dos.” Yeah, I hate conflict too. It is painful and scary and it makes me feel out of control and vulnerable. And yet, conflict is a part of life. God allows it, God assures us that we will have it […]

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The Radioactive God

When I was growing up, I dreamed of one day becoming a Nuclear Physicist. I’m still not exactly sure where this dream came from, but I know that I was always amazed by the power that nuclear energy represented. I remember being so intrigued by the idea that by manipulating this infinitesimal speck, an atom, […]

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We Face A Worldwide Crisis of Character and Maturity

The Apollo Project of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration had been a stunning success. It had accomplished what no one had thought possible: putting the first men on the moon. The American public had become accustomed to hearing of one successful mission after another until everyone assumed it would always be so. But Apollo […]

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