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Buckle Up

When I was younger I loved rollercoasters. Not so much anymore. But there was a time when I wasn’t afraid to ride anything. Well, actually, I guess I was always a little afraid. How do I know I was afraid? … Continue reading

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God Help Us!

The other day I wrote a post about how I don’t understand how evangelicals can still support this particular POTUS. The idea that “I voted for a president, not a pastor,” or, “I don’t look to Washington, DC for spiritual … Continue reading

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Come Out From Among Them

“Come out from them and be┬áseparate says the Lord” (2 Corinthians 6:17) I grew up in a very conservative denomination. We rejected the label “evangelical” for the more spiritual label, “fundamentalist.” How conservative where we? Well, in both High School … Continue reading

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Pastor Youcef Nadarkhani

Iranian pastor, Youcef Nadarkhani, has been sentenced to death for converting to Christianity. Pastor Nadarkhani has been in prison since October of 2009. But recent reports say the order for his execution have been finalized. This is in spite of … Continue reading

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