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Impeachment Deception

  I want to be clear about some things before I make the remarks to follow. You are more than welcome to disagree and call me any kind of crackpot you want.  I am not a Republican. I did not support, nor did I vote for Donald Trump in the 2016 election.  There were just […]

Lost Children

Regarding instructions given to Moses and the Hebrew people as they walked up out of the dry bed of the Red Sea in their flight from Egypt into the Wilderness of Sinai, or as they stood by the raging floodwaters of the Jordan River, some of the clearest was regarding the generations to come.  “Leave […]

Why Do Preachers Lie?

I am going to do something very unusual for this post.  Carter Conlon followed David Wilkerson at the Times Square Church in New York City. He is one of the most courageous, most anointed preachers of my lifetime. I am always challenged by his preaching. Certainly the anointing of his predecessor rests upon him. He […]

Faithful Disobedience

       All over America, there is a slew of ongoing lawsuits such as was filed last year against the city of San Antonio, Texas and its non-discrimination policy which effectively says that churches and religious orders cannot refuse to hire persons based upon their sexual orientation.  One lawsuit filed in federal court by the U.S. […]

Some Things are NOT Private

  I was recently, and very tersely,  instructed by a very uppity female that because I do not have a vagina, I should keep my mouth shut when it comes to matters of women’s reproductive health care.  You know, I’m actually good with that. I don’t have a vagina and therefore little knowledge or understanding […]

Sidetracked

I am currently on vacation with my wife in the Ozark Mountains of Missouri.  We have spent a lot of time at Morningside Church in Blue Eye, enjoying some wonderful worship and teaching.  My wife is attending a special program for ladies this morning with Lorrie Bakker and I’m sitting in a nearby cafe meditating […]

We Are All At Risk

     I was strongly castigated recently because of my unrelenting and uncompromising position on the issue of abortion. It was carefully explained to me that my narrow view of the issue was preventing me from engaging in meaningful and rational discourse on the matter. This individual graciously volunteered to enlighten me on the “facts” […]

Legacy

  Psalm 78:1-7 1 My people, hear my teaching;     listen to the words of my mouth. 2 I will open my mouth with a parable;     I will utter hidden things, things from of old— 3 things we have heard and known,     things our ancestors have told us. 4 We will not hide them from their descendants;     we will tell […]

Parasites

  These past few days, I can scarcely contain my irritation.  Actually, irritation is far too mild an expression for what I felt as I saw a photo of three or four young women sitting on a lawn, somewhere in America, holding the signs of their generation: “Parasites don’t have rights.”  It stuns me that […]

Abandoned

Early one spring morning I sat in my pickup outside a small wood frame house on Modena Extension in Gastonia, NC. I lived on Modena from the time I was not quite two until halfway through the first grade – an unofficial foster child of Clarence and Ruby Long. Clarence was a painter and Ruby […]

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