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Talk Up The Gospel by Steve Sjogren

I have heard a lot of speculation about the utter demise of spontaneous evangelistic conversations such as verbalizing the Gospel to strangers. I understand the observations of these prognosticators but I disagree with them. It’s true that people are more isolated than ever as they burrow more and more deeply into their self-made digital worlds, but there’s […]

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The Power Of Consistency by Steve Bowen

con·sist·en·cy  The steadfast adherence to the same principles, or set course, staying the course day in and day out, week in and week out and year in and year out. I’m reminded of the movie Galaxy Quest. The captain who was usually in trouble stated, “Never surrender, never give up.” For a decade a simple […]

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Don’t Retire… Refire! by Dr. Gary Sweeten

Every Tuesday a group of us geezers play golf together. We have a lot of competitive fun and we share some about what God is doing in and through us. You see, geezers in today’s world are not like they were even a generation ago.  In fact, one of my favorite books is entitled, “Turning […]

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What’s In A Name? by Randy Bohlender

History does not tell us if Earnest Shackleton was a particularly religious man, but surely he was prophesying when he christened his ship The Endurance.  Even though he understood the overwhelming challenge he face in attempting the first march across Antartica, so much happened that he could not possibly have anticipated. How would he have […]

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The Crystal Cathedral – BTW, How’s Your Definition Going? by Steve Sjogren

What lessons can we draw from the demise of the Crystal Cathedral? No matter what you think of that congregation, know that at one time it was a thriving model on the American landscape of churches. It was an amazing, trend-setting place that was super creative. Things slowly changed however. Mostly the Cathedral stopped defining […]

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