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Yesterday, the Chick-fil-A Foundation announced changes in their approach to charitable giving beginning in 2020. Faith-based organizations like The Salvation Army and Fellowship of Christian Athletes are no longer listed. So, many Christians took to social media to express their displeasure. Does the Chick-fil-A decision reveal hypocrisy? Yes, I think so.[...]

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Recently, I was hanging out with a few of my preacher friends when the subject of divorce came up. Sadly, we each knew a number of marriages currently ending. As a traveling evangelist, I’ve had similar conversations with pastors in many churches. So, I asked this group of preachers, “When[...]

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Video from a Florida Georgia Line concert in Atlanta went viral last month. Interestingly enough, the video wasn’t of the popular country music duo; nor was it one of their many hit songs. It was Chris Tomlin, a well-known Christian song writer and worship leader, singing “How Great is Our[...]

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More and more, believers use social media to have heated debates on various aspects of faith and Christianity. The most polarizing discussions seem to involve naming and shaming fallen believers; especially high-profile leaders and public figures. Reading these posts, it’s hard to tell if the goal is repentance and restoration[...]

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In recent weeks, millions of people have been discussing this question: does Jesus still love Christians who have sex outside of marriage? You’re probably not aware of this conversation unless you’re following the current season of The Bachelorette. Now, you’re also probably wondering why an old preacher like me is[...]

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  America is going through a culture shift. Victims of traumatic events, such as physical and sexual abuse, have begun to speak out in mass. Many harmful acts that have been hidden for years are finally being investigated and even prosecuted as criminal. Shining light on darkness is always a[...]

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Transitions can be tricky to navigate. Unforeseen complications and obstacles inevitably arise. I’ve never seen this more clearly than during my transition from the pastorate to full-time evangelism. What I learned taught me how to pray for people contemplating a move in vocational ministry. There’s no better manual for leadership[...]

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As a traveling evangelist, I talk with a variety of pastors and church members each week. If there’s one common thread to those conversations, it’s the dire condition of American society. I firmly believe, however, that the conversation needs to shift from “them” to “us”. After all, the decline of[...]

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