Monthly Archives: March 2015

“Vanishing Grace” Written with Grace

If you read the blurb on Amazon.com about Phillip Yancey’s Vanishing Grace: What Ever Happened to the Good News? you might think the book will be a litany of how Christians are messing up at spreading the gospel. In other words, … Continue reading

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Muslims, Christians…what’s happening, what do we do?

Please take about 40 minutes to listen to Greg Livingstone give us a new perspective on what is happening today. In addition to other facts and insights, he says that the 21st century has seen the greatest turning of Muslims to Christianity in … Continue reading

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“You’re Welcome!” (not)

Traffic is heavy, moving like a dried up earthworm. Good Christian that I am, I flash my lights to signal to the driver in the crossroad that he can enter the main highway, even though I have the right of … Continue reading

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Good Book FREE: Confessions of a Prayer Slacker

Confessions of a Prayer Slacker deserves all the 5-star reviews it’s getting. At the moment, the Kindle version is FREE. The tone is humorous and approachable. Never preachy, yet backed with solid knowledge and scripture.

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