Monthly Archives: November 2012

The American Mutilation of the Hero or A Tribute to a Quiet Hero

Dictionary.com defines a hero as “a man of distinguished courage or ability, admired for his brave deeds and noble qualities.”  In a bygone era, our culture looked to heroes like Winston Churchill, Douglas MacArthur, and Martin Luther King, Jr.  These … Continue reading

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Thanksgiving: A Pastor’s Perspective

American’s are turning their hearts towards Thanksgiving this week.  For some that is a thinly veiled excuse to gorge themselves on food, shop excessively, or any other number of traditional activities.  Still, many do truly take time to thank the … Continue reading

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Married and didn’t know it

There is no doubt that marriage is under fire today.  We have no-fault laws that make marital vows meaningless.  The pressure is constantly being ratcheted up to redefine what marriage is and who can participate.  Gone is the biblical understanding … Continue reading

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How Christians have the political process wrong

An unprecedented $6 billion has been spent during this political season to secure your vote.  The constant barrage of commercials, debates, and political commentary has literally worked our nation into a frenzy.  Politicians and pundits are largely to blame for … Continue reading

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