Monthly Archives: August 2020

‪Unplanned Surgery in the Middle of Vacation‬

God’s timing is surprising. And good.

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‪Churches Don’t Get a Pass on Pandemic Precautions‬

Preachers teach that a church’s ministry extends far beyond the walls of the building in which it meets. This pandemic is the time to prove that.

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‪Christian College Presidents, Judicial Misbehavior, and Being a Lemon‬

What you do at work or school or on vacation or in your own home always counts.

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The Cross on My Forehead Won’t Last Forever

Should I be worried about a fading cross?

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‪Stop Ripping Scripture out of Context: Pandemic Precautions Have Nothing to Do With a Spirit of Fear‬

There is no more fear in taking health precautions in a pandemic than there is in following the rules of the road while driving.

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Starting Vacation With Anxiety: a Hope for Days Off

Time off can be time restored. That’s my pandemic vacation hope, anyway.

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