Monthly Archives: September 2016

There’s an elephant in the room. I’m not sure how he got in or why we continue, in some instances, to allow him to stay. But he’s there, lurking in the back rows of our churches and in the corners of our minds, crushing our emotions under his enormous weight. The elephant is this idea......
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Confession time: I have a pet peeve. (Alright, I probably have a lot of them, but for now I’m just talking about this one.) I am greatly annoyed when people, especially Christians, attack and dismiss an author and/or book based on the opinion of someone else. Never pausing to actually read the book and form......
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