Don’t Wait to Find the One

July 11th 2014 1 comment so far  

file0001854964292Every single person has a mental image of “the one” he or she is waiting for. We have created a picture of their appearance, personality, career, beliefs, and even behavior, some more detailed than others. While all of our preferences and definitions of “the one” differ superficially, I believe that at the core of our hearts we all define “the one” as the following:

The one I’ll spend my life with.

The one who will complete me.

The one who will love me as I am.

The …

Reason #2 – Teens and twenty-somethings experience of Christianity is shallow.

May 10th 2013 No comments yet  

Six ReasonsOut of the young adults polled in the Barna Group study, 31 percent expressed the opinion that church is boring. In a microwave-ready, instant download society, this perception is likely with anyone under the age of 30. It’s simply how most of us have grown up. What is more disturbing is that 23 percent of those polled felt “the Bible is not taught clearly or often enough,” while 20 percent said God seems missing from their experience of church.

A youngin’s perspective:

While trying …

Food for the Soul, Not the Sweet Tooth (by Pastor Roy Williamson)

June 8th 2012 No comments yet  

On Memorial Day I received an email from my oldest son, Martin, who is the First Sergeant of the 94th Combat Support Hospital deployed to Khost, Afghanistan.  Among other things, he mentioned a recent visit from the Brigade Chaplain team:

Come to find out, our chaplains are Evangelical (one is Baptist). They confirmed what I have seen and felt, that the troops are doing fine without the candy . . . people send in care boxes.  What the soldiers hunger for

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