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The Leaven of Herod

“Hey, I know the Apostle Paul said “love is kind,” and I’m always eager to obey the Word but, some folks really put me to the test.” Last Sunday, Valentine’s Day, I sat in the back of the church as my son preached a really solid, really Biblical presentation of the meaning of the word […]

Fully Exposed

I expect to lose a lot of friends in the next few minutes. However, I have weighed these thoughts for many days now and I am constrained to speak what God has spoken to me.  God often uses men, bad men, evil men, men of questionable character, weak men, insignificant men, men that none of […]

Guilty As Charged

  America is in a bad place today. We are not in a bad place because the Democrats stole an election or because the Republicans are trying to overturn an election. America is in a bad place because we have turned our backs on God. We must understand that the turmoil, the chaos, the anger, […]

Old Paths

We lament the loss of young people who have left the church. We try to woo them back to the church when we need to win them to Christ. We don’t understand that we are losing our young people because we’ve lost their fathers. Too often, fathers have abdicated their God-assigned roles in the family. […]

We Must Understand

To be clear:  Jonah did not deliver Nineveh—God did. It was God’s word. It was God’s message. It was God’s power that brought conviction which brought the city of Nineveh to a place of humility before him. If America is to be preserved, it will not be preserved by Donald Trump, Joe Biden, or any […]

The Eve of Tomorrow

November 2, 2020 On the eve of the 2020 election when so many of us are pinning our hopes for a prosperous and peaceful future on the outcome of tomorrow’s election––I offer the following. On January 1, 404 A.D, a monk by the name of Telemachus, traveled to Rome in order to encourage the churches […]

Brothers . . . behave!

We hosted two of our fourteen grandkids for a sleepover last night. We love all of our kids––and all of their kids––with all of our hearts. God has blessed us with a family that is close, tight-knit and following Christ. We could hardly ask for more. Yet, with two rambunctious five-year-old cousins in the house, […]

What If We Couldn't Go to Church

I recently released a new book: OLD PATHS AND ANCIENT MARKERS, Guarding the Treasure of the Gospel. I wrote it to be instructional and inspirational in particular to parents and their families. I did not see it at the time as prophetic and yet . . . it has turned out to be just that. […]

Until the Fury Has Passed By

My friends, here in Vermont we have entered a new phase of challenge in this pandemic we have come to call COVID 19. The governor of Vermont today announced a stay-at-home order, asking all non-essential persons to stay in their homes. It may be that it will be longer than we had hoped before we are […]

An Act of Faithful Disobedience

“Jesus is the Christ, son of the eternal, living God. He died for sinners and rose to life for us. He is my king and the king of the whole earth yesterday, today, and forever. I am his servant, and I am imprisoned because of this. I will resist in meekness those who resist God, […]

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