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My previous article dealt with the prevalence of sexual harassment, abuse, and assault accusations in our culture. Some of these claims carry clear evidence of behavior that demands justice -  either some kind of professional penalty or criminal prosecution. Many of these allegations, however, lack clear and compelling evidence. As[...]

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Every week there seems to be a new occurrence of a celebrity, politician, or public figure being accused of some kind of sexual misconduct. Any form of unwanted sexual communication or contact is wrong; whether it’s sexting, sexual innuendo, sexual harassment, or rape. Some of these actions are criminal and[...]

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American culture is in total chaos. Every day we hear new stories about mass murder, government corruption, or sexual harassment. To make matters worse, even well known preachers publically struggle to identify abortion, homosexuality, sexual promiscuity, or drunkenness as sinful - even though Scripture isn’t the least bit gray on[...]

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It happens every year. Advertisers and retailers move us quickly from Halloween to Thanksgiving to Christmas to New Year’s. They spend millions of dollars marketing the sounds, smells, and tastes of each holiday. But there’s another element of the season that’s currently in high demand - words. Word art is[...]

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It’s getting more and more difficult to watch the news or read the current headlines. Each day holds tales of sexual perversions, acts of terror, violent protests, or political corruption. What should Christians do in light of such a godless culture? I look around and see many believers who seem[...]

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A family from New York moved West and bought a cattle ranch. When friends came to visit and inquired about the ranch’s name, the would-be-rancher replied, “I wanted to name it The Bar-J. My wife favored Suzy-Q. One of our sons wanted The Flying-W and the other liked The Lazy-Y.[...]

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In each generation the Church struggles with the issues of its day. It’s interesting to watch the various responses when these issues are in direct opposition to God’s Word. Bible-believing pastors and churches who take a strong stance on Scripture find themselves under assault, but that is the exception today[...]

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Jesus' exit from the tomb wasn't the climatic finish to His earthly ministry, far from it; it was the beginning. Before His death on the cross, Jesus lived His life as an example of how we are to live as His believers in this world. Remember, Jesus, laid His deity down[...]

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Today was the first Easter in over 25 years that I was not in a pulpit. I was in church, and I was so encouraged by the preaching of my pastor, and the music was off the chain great as Jesus was exalted in glorified in song and sermon. The[...]

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