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Dec 14th, 2017 |
Attention: Calling all Millennials to Action Many young adults choose to leave church or organized religion at the first opportunity that presents itself…often that opportunity is realized during college. When one chooses to stay in church…and go so far as to become a recognized member of the church…that’s significant. In an age of consumerism, what … more »
Dec 13th, 2017 |
A Point of Pondering I think my best thoughts occur when I take the time to ponder. A website I came across recently stated that pondering was the process of placing two things alongside each other for the sake of comparison. I believe it said placing them “in the neighborhood” of each other and I … more »
Nov 15th, 2017 |
Is it Possible to Care Without Completely Understanding? There’s an old cartoon that features a young boy standing at the foot of his father’s chair and asking his father, “What’s the difference between apathy and ignorance?”  Without looking up from his newspaper his father replies, “I don’t know…and I don’t care.” We’re focusing our discussion … more »
Nov 7th, 2017 | Josh Krampitz
Blaming God for the Tragedy on November 5th God’s choice to let man choose his own path is undoubtedly one that He has to live with, but true love can manifest no other way. Some would say that “love” is in an immovable blanket of protection or impenetrable safety, but instead, God chose to give … more »
Oct 30th, 2017 |
Can you name an organization…a place…an institution in America today in which humility is an intentional state of existence?   Those of “humble means” do not count.  One could argue that it’s easier to be humble when times are thin rather than thick.  Instead, where are the people who, in spite of great resource and ability, … more »