Monthly Archives: August 2012

Politics of Poverty

I recently ran across a great article entitled, “The Politics of Poverty.” It is worth a read. Here is a link to the article. I would very much be interested in what you think about this article.

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A Complex Puzzle

I have been a local church pastor for 23 years. During that time I have only pastored two churches; one small, and one medium size. I have friends who pastor mega churches. Personally, I have come to love small church … Continue reading

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Legitimate Rape

Once again a well intentioned politician proved how out of touch he is with society by stating, “If it’s a legitimate rape, the female body has ways to try to shut the whole thing down.” (Here is a link to … Continue reading

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Public Education

Did you know that at least part of the reason for Sunday School was to teach children – especially children living in poverty – how to read so they could read the Bible. In other words, publication education has its … Continue reading

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