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Have A Q&A Session At Your Church

I think every church needs to have a Question & Answer session, and for several reasons. Does your church do something like this? Why should your church have a regular Question & Answer session? 1. It’s good for the church. People are asking the preacher questions (some easy, some tough), and he is answering them. […]

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10 Tips To Improve Bible Study

Some think they get a ‘spiritual high’ from contemporary Christian fiction or music.  But perhaps they are confusing that ‘spiritual high’ with something else, because God intended for His children to experience spiritual growth through His Word (cf. 1 Pet. 2:2). Without faith it is impossible to please God (Heb. 11:6), and faith can only […]

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God & Gun Control

Gun control is a hot topic guaranteed to ruffle someone’s feathers. It seems like everyone has a strong opinion on the subject. Since the deplorable Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre, it has become a very emotional topic, and sadly, a very political issue. Naturally, as an American nationalist and strong believer in the Bill of […]

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Puny Preaching

As a man, I like food. I mean, I really like food. Luckily I live in Louisville – a town with a great restaurant scene. For Valentines’ Day, Hannah and I tried a new restaurant. It looked like a fancy restaurant, and the online reviews were overwhelmingly positive. The waiters were well dressed and the […]

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Back To The Beginning

Change happens, just accept it. Our world has been changing since the beginning of the world, and it seems to be happening more rapidly than ever. Religiously speaking, change happened in the 1st century just like it is happening in the 21st century. Sure, some of the issues that the 1st century church faced have […]

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Things No One Ever Said

On death’s doorstep, many statements will be made. The following will not be among them. “I went to church too often.” “Pornography made me a better man.” “I encouraged people too much.” “I hated it when my husband would bring home flowers.” “I loved my teenage daughter enough to let her dress just like all […]

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10 Advantages of Poor Church Leadership

1. You don’t have to worry about running out of auditorium seating or parking spaces. 2. You don’t have to pray or rely on God as much. Whatever happens, happens. Don’t worry about all that ‘faith’ stuff. 3. You give the loudest and most opinionated member — man or woman — the opportunity to decide […]

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