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The Sometimes Non-Spiritual Landscape

March 21, 2019, 0 Comments

The 2018 General Social Survey released and it includes significant news for those who are interested in the spiritual landscape of the United States of America. According to Ryan Burge: https://twitter.com/ryanburge/status/1108183399364263936 The trend lines are telling. The number of Evangelicals have been on the decline since the 1990s spike/high point. Meanwhile, the “Nones” have been […]

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Great Commission Changes

February 13, 2019, 0 Comments

Jesus gave His commission to the early church in Matthew 28:18-20. Though it is one of several commissions given by Jesus, the church-at-large has come to call this statement: The Great Commission. Let me remind

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A Week in Uganda

December 12, 2018, 0 Comments

My wife Angie and I traveled with a mission team to Uganda. Our team was a part of the work done by One More Child / Florida Baptist Children’s Homes. They work in our state

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Being Biblically Sent

July 11, 2018, 0 Comments

In the New Testament epistles and the Revelation of John, the arrival of the Messiah in the world is seen as a part of the sending motif in Scripture. Noted from John’s first epistle, insight is

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